Telugu famous person Mahesh Babu courted controversy earlier this week when he was requested about his plans to make his foray into Bollywood. He rejected that concept with none hesitation by stating, “Bollywood can’t afford me.” And he was nicely conscious that he was making this assertion on the danger of sounding “arrogant.”
Amid the continued controversy over his remarks, Mahesh on Tuesday additional defined his stance whereas interacting with the Telugu media throughout the promotions of his upcoming movie Sarkaru Vaari Paata.
“I have always wanted to do Telugu films. And I have always wished for Telugu movies to do well across the country. I strongly feel, why should we go to another industry by leaving ours behind? I am very happy that our films are reaching there (in North India). Our movies are doing well at the pan-India level and my dream is coming true,” Mahesh stated.
This was not the primary time Mahesh was requested the query about his potential Bollywood debut. However, when he was requested the identical query earlier, his response was more mellow. “I don’t need to do Hindi films. I can just do a Telugu film and it’ll get seen all over the world – that’s what’s happening right now. You’d want to be in a position to do (only) a Telugu film,” he had stated then.
Mahesh is now busy selling Sarkaru Vaari Paata, which is due in cinemas on May 12. Written and directed by Parasuram, the movie additionally stars Keerthy Suresh, Samuthirakani, Vennela Kishore, and Subbaraju amongst others.