Manchu Manoj Puts An End To Long Wait!

It’s been a long time since Manchu Manoj appeared on the silver screen. He was last seen in Operation 2019 back in 2018 which was a political drama film. The Karanam P. Babji’s directorial earned good reviews for the portrayal of the lead actor. The Manchu hero put an end to the long wait.

The energetic star announced an interesting project. The project was titled ‘WHAT THE FISH’. The poster released by the makers looks interesting. There is a fire effect in the poster hinting that the movie might be filled with high-octane acting sequences.

Though Manchu Manoj’s face is not revealed in the poster it shows him as a rockstar. There are vehicles and people in the poster and we can predict that Manoj might lock horns with the baddies. The way the poster was designed looks interesting and intense.

Newcomer Varun will helm the project. The debutant had written the script and also took care of the screenplay. 6ix Cinemas & afilmbyv banner will bankroll the film. The film is expected to have an ensemble cast and more details on the cast and crew would be out soon.

The makers said that the shoot of the upcoming film will take place in Toronto and other beautiful locations in Canada. The cast of the film would be announced by the makers soon. ‘WHAT THE FISH’ will be made on a big scale and might have a grand release as a Pan-India film.

For the past few days, Manchu Manoj has been teasing everyone that he would announce something interesting. Many had a few thoughts on the Manchu hero might also reveal developments in his personal life. But the airs on this were cleared today with Manchu Manoj announcing a new project after a long wait of around six years.

“I have been hiding this special news for some time. Now I am excited to enter the next phase of my life. I will announce this on 20 January 2023. As always, we need all your blessings,” he tweeted on Thursday.

A few years back Manchu Manoj announced an interesting project titled ‘Aham Brahmasmi’. The project was announced as a Pan-India film. However, there is no further information on the film.