By RAHUL RAUT

Since Telugu filmmaker Koratala Siva’s all previous movies ‘Mirchi’, ‘Srimanthudu’ and ‘Janatha Garage’ have performed very well at box office and turned out to be profitable ventures, his next directorial with Mahesh Babu has an amazing buzz in trade. ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ which has been completed only 50% so far is already one of the most demanded films among moviegoers.

Mahesh Babu's Bharat Ane Nenu to focus on loopholes in education system

The movie stars Mahesh Babu as a Chief Minister. Due to his character in the film, it was being speculated that it’s about contemporary Telugu politics happening in the two states. However, if the latest reports are to be believed, the story of the movie has much depth inside. The film reportedly deals with the prevailing education system and stresses on how private educational institutes are looting money from parents.

According to a source, ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ will explore many contemporary issues plaguing the society and Education system is said to be one of the major concentration. “Since Mahesh plays a Chief Minister in the film, several issues plaguing the society, in general, will be explored. The film will also talk about the loopholes in the education system and other related issues like private educational institutions, exorbitant fee structures,” a source close to the production informed.

“The ongoing suicides of intermediate students, the way Engineering students are becoming under qualified due to poor skill sets, and how education became a business in AP and Telangana will be the core point in this movie,” the source added. The source also informed us that ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ shows an inspirational journey of a common man who later becomes a Chief Minister. After becoming CM, he introduces some reforms to bring the change in the education system.

Mahesh Babu's Bharat Ane Nenu to focus on loopholes in education system

However, it will not be the first time Koratala Siva would be addressing a social issue through his film. He is known for delivering message oriented films. His previous two movies ‘Srimanthudu’ and ‘Janatha Garage’ also made people aware of village adaptation and nature protection respectively.

Meanwhile, ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ which was earlier planned to release on 27th April 2018 might postpone. The makers are now contemplating on a new release date as the Superstar Rajinikanth’s much-anticipated sci-fi movie ‘2.0’ has now been pushed to 13th April.

“In addition to that, Allu Arjun’s Naa Peru Surya too would be releasing in the last week of April. Producers of Bharat Ane Nenu are very cautious and are trying to avoid a clash with any big budget movie as they are not willing to risk it the way the team of Spyder did,” a news portal reported.