Vijay Deverakonda who bounced back with Taxiwala after a setback like NOTA is being extra cautious about his career now.
As he is totally aware of his current market and following, Vijay is not taking any chances post Geetha Govindam.
He has realized that he can become the Rs. 40 crore actor with proper planning and execution.
In the process, Vijay has reportedly asked for major changes in his upcoming film Dear Comrade.
The film that was supposed to release in the first quarter of 2019 has now been pushed to last quarter due to a major overhaul of script.
Mythri Movie Makers that took two big blows in November is not getting carried away now. They know the potential of Dear Comrade and making sure to give it the best resources to make it a big film.
Most of the filmed portions have been scrapped and will be re-shot again, according to grapevine.
The film will now be made on a bigger scale given Vijay's rising popularity. Dear Comrade is said to be a very different film like Arjun Reddy, which could become a huge money spinner if done and promoted well.
So, Vijay is taking extra time to get the output right. He is not in a hurry to do more films now. He is just focusing on stabilizing his market before stepping up.