What is the Truth behind Vijay Deverakonda Rejecting Karan Johar’s 40 Crore Offer?

Vijay Deverakonda, the super sensational actor hails from down south industry of Tollywood. This young actor saw a meteoric rise in fan following with movies such as Arjun Reddy and  Geetha Govindham. Kabir Singh (Arjun Reddy’s remake) was the reason that led to the south star earning a name for himself in Bollywood.

Offer Claim

Through a news surfacing over social media websites, there were rumors that famous king maker of Bollywood Mr. Karan Johar has offered Vijay an offer of around 40 Crores to work under his Dharma Production, which the South actor has reluctantly declined. The reason was due to the recent controversy that has involved Karan Johar in the debate over Nepotism in Bollywood.

Fake News on Vijay Deverakonda

This came somewhat as a sad news for Vijay Deverakonda’s fans who wanted him to shine in B-Town.

Truth Behind The News

Trough an incisive research we found out that Vijay has in fact accepted a movie which will be directed by Puri Jagannadh and actress turned producer Chamme Kaur along side none other than Mr. Karan Johar.

The film is said to be released in Hindi and other South Asian languages and is proclaimed to be an action entertainer, with the film also starring Ramya Krishnan and Ronit Roy. This news was shared by producers of the film through their Instagram handles.

Final Verdict

This was just another classic example of how fake the news through social media can be. Hoax like these not only hampers the public image but also the work culture.We wish Vijay Devarakonda success for his upcoming films and also his future endeavors, things can only go uphill for him from here.

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