Sesh and Venkat’s creative differences lead to the shelving of 2 States remake is what we hear. Going into the details, Bollywood film 2 States was being remade in Telugu and went on floors almost a year ago.
More than 90 per cent of the shooting is over and while all of us are looking forward to the release of the film very soon, the team has given a shock to the audience. The film stars Adivi Sesh and Sivani Rajasekhar in the lead roles and is directed by Venkat Reddy, a protégé of VV Vinayak. The creative differences between Sesh and the director lead to the film's abrupt stopping. Sivani's parents, actors Jeevitha and Rajasekhar have tried to buy the whole film from the producer, such that they could finish the rest of the cinema and release it.
At a time when Sivani and Adivi Sesh are said to be discussing with director Prashant Varma who is currently directing Rajasekhar's Kalki to wrap the balance part, director Venkat Reddy has knocked the doors of the court. Until court gives its verdict, now it will be tough for them to go ahead with Varma.