Vijay Deverakonda has become a Tollywood sensation with back to back hits such as Arjun Reddy, Pelli Choopulu and Geetha Govindam. Deverakonda's latest outing Geetha Govindam has reached new milestone by making an entry into the prestigious Rs 100 Cr club. Geetha Govindam was directed by Parasuram and produced by Allu Aravind. Geetha Govindam is a rom-com fwhere Deverakonda is seen playing an innocent guy when desires to get married to a girl with traditional values. The film stars Rashmika, Naga Babu, Anu Emmanuel in pivotal roles. The film was loved by the audiences and proof is the box office success which has kept the cash registers ringing since its opening day.
Telugu viewers are gushing about Kaushal who is a contestant on Nani's Telugu Bigg Boss.Tollywood celebrities are singing praises of him for his behaviour in the house. Recently, Aadhi and Director Maruthi too predicted that Kaushal would emerge as the winner while Bigg Boss 2 host Nani himself said that Kaushal was playing a fair game with the only goal to accomplish the mission of winning the title.
Kaushal enjoys a huge fan following across the two telugu speaking states. Like other Tollywood celebrities heaping praises on Kaushal, there's a new member who's joined the list of Kaushal fans. He's none other than Vijay Devarakonda who visited the Bigg Boss house to promote his latest release Geetha Govindam. He reportedly said that Kaushal was a senior actor when compared to him. He could have become a hero long back and now he's won the hearts of people with his performance on the small screen.
Deverakonda also wished for Kaushal to reach the finals of season 2. Is Deverakonda indirectly telling his fans to pool their votes for Kaushal? If Deverakonda rowdy batch joins hands with Kaushal army, then Bigg Boss 2 could be turn into a one sided war.
Besides, Nani is also hinting at Kaushal's win by saying he's the only player whose focus is on playing and winning the game.
Career-wise, Deverakonda will be next seen in Taxiwala and NOTA which are shaping up well. The film will hit the big screens by end of this year. Watch this space for more.