On Friday, Manchu Manoj announced his next, a pan-India movie titled 'What The Fish'. Produced by 6ix Cinemas, it will be shot in Canada (especially Toronto) for a period of 75 days. Written and directed by Varun Korukonda, the film is going to be a "heart-pumping, action-packed, and hilarious" outing with dark comedy as a major element.
The Manchu fans and a few celebs have wished Manoj the best of luck on making a comeback after six years. Sai Dharam Tej is one of them. Taking to social media, the 'Republic' and 'Virupaksha' actor wrote that he has been waiting to see the 'Gunturodu' actor make a comeback.
"Of the very few things I wished for, seeing you back in action would be one of them. I always knew you would come back and when you come back it would be CRAZY. So is the poster of #WhatTheFish. Can't wait to see you on screen babai. All the best," wrote Sai Tej.
On his part, Manoj thanked Sai Tej for the heartfelt wishes. "Thank you sooooo much babaiiii. Thanks for always being there by my side regardless. Love you to the moon and back a trillion times," the actor wrote on Twitter.