Manchu Vishnu Got Severely Injured During Kannappa Shoot!

Manchu Vishnu Got Severely Injured During Kannappa Shoot!

Hero Manchu Vishnu got severely injured while shooting for his upcoming Pan-Indian film, “Kannappa.” The Dhee actor, who has been actively involved in the shooting of this dream project, was in New Zealand when the incident occurred. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been an official announcement regarding the status of his injury from the movie’s team just yet. For Telugu movie lovers and the older generation, the name “Bhakta Kannappa” holds a special place in their hearts as a classic devotional flick. Now, at the pan-India level, Manchu Vishnu is taking on the responsibility of producing the film “Kannappa.”

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The project, which recently had a grand launch, is being directed by Mukesh Kumar Singh. Not only that, but the film also boasts an impressive lineup of talent, with Manisharma and Stephen Devassay composing the music and Sheldon Shau handling the cinematography. Additionally, the movie features stars like Rebel Star Prabhas, Mohanlal, Nayanthara, and many more in vital roles. Fans are expecting Prabhas and Nayantara to play Lord Shiva And Parvathy roles.

Manchu Vishnu Got Severely Injured During Kannappa Shoot!

Unfortunately, during the shoot of an action sequence in New Zealand, Manchu Vishnu suffered multiple injuries on his hands when a drone crashed into him. This unexpected mishap has put a temporary halt to the shooting of the film. The sources reveal that Vishnu’s injuries were significant, and it’s crucial for him to prioritize his recovery before resuming work on the film.

It is our hope that Vishnu recovers swiftly and returns to the sets of “Kannappa” with renewed energy and enthusiasm.

In the meantime, let’s send our prayers and best wishes to Manchu Vishnu for a speedy recovery. We look forward to witnessing the magic he and the rest of the cast and crew create in “Kannappa” once the filming resumes. Stay tuned for further updates on this highly anticipated Pan-Indian film.