Actor Vishnu Manchu is all set to follow the footsteps of Rana Daggubati and Ram Charan Teja. Yes! The Tollywood star is said to be all set to foray into Bollywood. According to reports, Vishnu has teamed up Tango Charlie and Knockout fame filmmaker Mani Shankar for multilingual movie, which is simultaneously made in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi.
Reports suggest that Vishnu Manchu's forthcoming movie is inspired by the British crime-comic-drama Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, directed by Guy Ritchie. The movie revolves around the story of four working young guys, who pool their money to put one in a high stakes card game. After losing heavily in a rigged game, the four friends decide to rob a small-time gang to clear their debts.
Vishnu Manchu is reportedly playing a self-confident card player. Now, the makers of this multilingual movie are said to be in a process to rope in three more young actors for the lead roles in the film. Sources claim that the shooting of the movie is likely to go on floors immediately after the release of Vishnu's upcoming movie Dhenikayana Ready in September.
Talking to a leading English daily, Vishnu Manchu ruled out his debut in Bollywood. The Telugu actor said that it is not his Bollywood debut as his upcoming movie will not have a Hindi version. Meanwhile, he said that the film has universal appeal, which is why it is made in Telugu and Tamil. He also denied that the script of his movie is similar to Guy Ritchie's flick.