Mohan Raja might not be a star director in Tamil but he's one of the few filmmakers with a very high success ratio. Despite complaints that his films look more like Tollywood movies and a majority of his hits are courtesy remakes, he's respected as a solid filmmaker who's trendy enough in his craft and for presenting his subjects with good clarity.
It is known that he's going to collaborate with Mega Power Star Ram Charan for the sequel of Dhruva which may be a bilingual with two separate lead actors in Telugu and Tamil or a semi pan-India movie with Ram Charan taking it solo. But there's the recent talk that he's in contention to direct Lucifer Telugu remake after several false starts with the likes of Sujeeth and V. V. Vinayak. It is expected that being a remake specialist and an innovative writer (Thani Oruvan or Dhruva), he's capable of handling the stylish subject.
Seems a plausible move for him. If he proves his creds as a director of substance in Telugu again (the 2002 comedy blockbuster Hanuman Junction was his directorial debut), it will launch his pan-India movie ambitions with Dhruva sequel. That will be two back to back movies in the Mega camp. Let's see how Mohan Raja plans his moves.