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Mahesh Babu’s nephew Galla Ashok to make his Tollywood debut soon

TollywoodGalla Ashok has been keen on starring in films for a long time now, say sources.Digital NativeDigital NativeMahesh Babu’s nephew Galla Ashok is all set to make his acting debut in the Telugu film industry. The latest is that Ace producer Dil Raj is bankrolling the debut film of Ashok which will be helmed by Krishna Reddy G, a former associate of Baahubali filmmaker SS Rajamouli. According to sources, Dil Raju has bought the remake rights of Turkish film Love Likes Coincidences starring Mehmet Günsür and Belçim Bilgin Erdoğan, directed by Ömer Faruk Sorak and produced by Oğuz Peri. But the story will be aligned suiting to Telugu audiences. With the pre-production work underway currently, the movie is slated to go on the floors very soon. Ashok has been undergoing rigorous training in acting, dance, and stunts at Mumbai and New York film institutes for the past one year or so and is now ready for his debut. Son of Mahesh Babu’s elder sister Padmavati and ace politician Galla Jayadev (Telugu Desam Party MP), and grandson of veteran actor Krishna, Galla Ashok has been keen on starring in films for a long time now, say sources. Jayadev, the brother-in-law of Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu, has been trying to bring his son even when he was a kid. In fact, Ashok’s entry into films was talked about way back in 2009, when he was just 16-years-old. Now, he is 23 and is learned to have taken acting lessons. It may be mentioned here that Dil Raju will be bankrolling Mahesh Babu’s landmark 25th film under his banner and this project will be directed by Vamsi Paidapally. The actor is currently busy with his 24th film, Bharat Ane Nenu, which is being helmed by Koratala Siva. With Galla Ashok from the Krishna family making his debut, it is the third generation from the star’s family making it to the film industry. (Content provided by Digital Native)
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YAHŞİ Bati Review

[Our thanks to Serdar Kökçeoğlu for the following review.]

In the mid 90's, a young man publishing caricatures for humour magazines walked on stage, and against everybody's expectation, changed the face of Turkish comedy - His name was Cem Yılmaz. Also described as "not so handsome but highly sympathetic", he started performing his stand up comedy shows in Leman Cultural Center. His one man performances received high responses from the crowd, making him very popular; so popular in fact that the elite society started to invade the back streets of Beyoğlu, unknown area to them until then. His shows were filling thick and fast at the Leman Cultural Center. Using only a chair and his wit, he told us the life stories of different extraordinary fictional characters, and tackled with ease subjects otherwise thought to be slightly sensitive. He portrayed the Turkish identity from a unique parody angle in today's popular culture.

With such a successful stage debut, it
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