Rumours mills in T-Town have been busy with speculations about the debut movie of Akkineni Nagarjuna's young son Akhil for a long time. Finally, filmmaker VV Vinayak seems to be putting all of them to rest. Yes! If we are to go by the latest reports, he will direct Akkineni scion in his upcoming venture.

Akhil Akkineni's debut film has been creating ripples in the media, ever since Nagarjuna announced the launch of his acting career. Several speculations were made about the heroine, director and other cast and crew of his first film. But nothing has turned out to be true. The only thing confirmed about the project was that it would be produced with a whopping budget by Akkineni Nagarjuna.

Akhil Akkineni's Debut Film: VV Vinayak Roped in As Director
Akhil Akkineni's Debut Film: VV Vinayak Roped in As Director

Reports suggest that VV Vinayak has been roped in to direct Akhil Akkineni in his debut film. "Pre-production activities have started in full swing, and the project will be officially announced soon. Akhil's debut has become the talk of the town for quite some time now. There were several names that were doing the rounds but Vinyak has been handed over the responsibility. Let's hope that he presents Akhil in an out-and-out action entertainer," according to 123Telugu.

VV Vinayak is one of the ace filmmakers in Telugu film industry, who has been successful in impressing the audience with his direction and scripting. He has also given big breaks to some young heroes. He successfully launched the acting career of Bellamkonda Suresh's son Srinivas through his last venture "Alludu Sreenu".

Akhil Akkineni, who entered the films with a cameo role in Manam, has undergone rigorous training in acting, dance and fight under the guidance of some experts. His father Nagarjuna is reportedly confident that VV Vinayak would give him a big break. The project is expected to go on floor soon and likely to release during summer holidays 2015. Stay locked into this space to read more updates on this much-awaited project, which is yet to be titled.