Naga Chaitanya to dismiss caste barrier in his "Love Story"
In real life too, Naga Chaitanya did not care for caste or religious differences and he just thought about an ideal life-partner and married Samantha Akkineni. The actor is preaching what he practices in his next film, Love Story.
He will be seen as a person from a community that is given lower strata in society and he is also from low-income families. He falls for a girl who belongs to the middle-class family but a community that is recognized to have a higher status in society.
Sai Pallavi is playing the girl. Shekar Kammula who dealt with inner demons of two people who fell in love is now looking to fight with age-old demons of society that separate lovers. He is trying to define what is true love and how income, social status should not worry people in love.
In the film, Naga Chaitanya will be seen in some vintage Nagarjuna and ANR get-ups dancing for their songs, it seems. We don't know yet if Sai Pallavi will be part of them. As he addressed age-old norm of women going to men's houses leaving their dreams behind in Fidaa, here he is looking to address simple but deep, highly important points, it seems.