Mass Raja Raviteja scored a resounding hit with action entertainer Krack directed by Gopichand Malineni. Raviteja not only ended his flop streak with this film but gave confidence to Tollywood giving a hit after the end of the first lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic. According to the latest, Krack movie makers landed in trouble.
Inside talk is a writer, Shiva Subramanya Murthy from Alwal, Secunderabad filed a complaint against Krack makers at the Jubilee Hills Police Station, alleging that the makers copied Krack's story from the book he authored in 2015. He said though he sent legal notices to the actor, producers, writers, and makers, they did not respond to the notices and so he is forced to file a complaint against them.
Krack makers are yet to respond but Gopichand Malineni says he is inspired by the real-life incidents in Andhra Pradesh. Raviteja played the role of SI Potharaju Veera Shankar in the film. People from Ongole, Andhra Pradesh say Krack is inspired by the real-life SI in their town. Shiva Subramanya Murthy said he filed a complaint at Jubilee Hills police station as producer Tagore Madhu resides in Jubilee Hills.