Telugu actor Akhil Akkineni, who has been busy shooting for his upcoming movie Most Eligible Bachelor, hurt his right elbow while shooting an action sequence on the sets, according to latest media reports. Further reports suggest that the shooting of the film has been temporarily stopped after the mishap and will resume as soon as the actor recovers as the doctor has advised him to take rest for a week. Also Read - Akhil Akkineni's Former Fiancee Shriya Bhupal Ties The Knot With Anindith Reddy at Chateu De Chantilly in France - View Pics
A source present at the sets of the film said, “Akhil’s right-hand elbow was swollen and he was advised a week’s rest by the doctors. As a result, the shooting of the film has been halted. The actor is currently recuperating at home and he is expected to resume work after March 10.” Also Read - Ram Gopal Varma To Direct Nagarjuna's Son Akhil Akkineni In His Next?
Most Eligible Bachelor is an action-drama. The movie has been directed by Bhaskar and has been bankrolled by Bunny Vas and Vasu Sharma. Most Eligible Bachelor will be distributed by Allu Aravind and the movie is slated to hit the silver screens in April this year. Apart from Akhil Akkineni, Most Eligible Bachelor also stars Pooja Hegde, Aamani, Murali Sharma and Vennela Kishore in supporting roles. Also Read - Akhil Akkineni's Third Film Launched; Akkineni Nagarjuna, Dulquer Salmaan Attend Event At Annapurna Studios (PICS)
Akhil Akkineni is best known for his work in the Telugu film industry. He made his big debut with 2015 Akhil for which he won several awards. He is one of the most promising actors of recent times and has received a lot of praises for his work in the Telugu movie industry. He was then seen in movies like Hello and Mr Manju and now his upcoming film Most Eligible Bachelor is one of the most anticipated movies of this year.
Akhil Akkineni is the son of celebrated Telugu actors Amala and Akkineni Nagarjuna and veteran actor Nageswara Rao is his grandfather. He is also the half-brother of Akkineni Naga Chaitanya.