Younger son of Allu Aravind, upcoming actor Allu Sirish did a movie called 1971: Beyond Borders in Malayalam. He was cast alongside Mohan Lal in the war drama directed by Major Ravi.
There were plans to release the dubbed version in Telugu along with the original, but dropped the idea as it turned out to be a massive flop in Malayalam.
Senior producer NV Prasad was supposed to release the film in Telugu, but he wasn’t keen after looking at its fate in Malayalam.
After many days some other producer came forward to release it here and NV Prasad has reportedly given off the distribution rights for a very low price.
Sirish came to know about the latest development and made a phone call to Prasad and reportedly talked very rudely for not letting him know about the release plans of the film.
As per agreement, whoever releases the film in Telugu should pay Rs. 15 lakh for Sirish. NV Prasad might have forgotten about the deal as no one has shown interest in releasing the film here. But Sirish who was upset to know about the release plans lost his cool over it and talked to Prasad in a rude manner.
Although Sirish eventually got paid for the Telugu version, his rude talk with a senior producer has become a hot topic among gossip circles.