Is it a cognizant choice to take things moderate in Telugu film?
I don’t think my movement has been moderate. I haven’t been in the business for long and I need to be here for the whole deal. With respect to marking a venture, I don’t do it unless it feels right. Maybe, that is the reason you feel it’s been somewhat moderate.
How have your two years in Telugu silver screen transformed you as a performer?
I unequivocally trust you are not an indistinguishable individual from you were yesterday. Your encounters change you for the great. Two years prior, it was troublesome for me to state my discoursed in Telugu. Presently, it’s a considerable measure less demanding and in two or three years, I’m certain that I’ll be familiar.
Has the distinction changed your life?
Indeed, being in this calling has changed my life. I live alone, travel always and my family isn’t with me. Prior, I was totally needy. I’m not any longer.
What has it been similar to act with one of the greatest stars in Telugu silver screen?
Working with him (Pawan Kalyan) has been a delightful affair. He is a man of few words, and his demeanor is one of a kind. I have high respect for him and see myself as fortunate to work with him so at a very early stage in my vocation.
Working with chief Trivikram sir too has influenced my shooting to encounter extremely charming. I think everybody in the cast and team would reverberate comparable perspectives. He is extremely cool and quiet on the sets. He’s to a great degree educated and there is a long way to go from him.
You’ve additionally worked with Keerthy Suresh in this film.
Indeed, I preferred being with her on the sets. I think we make a decent group on screen.
Does a feeling of weakness sneak in when you’re working with another champion?
Not in any way! There shouldn’t be any feeling of frailty as long as you realize what you’re doing in the film. When all is said in done, I’m not an unreliable individual by any means.
You said your Telugu has enhanced in the course of the most recent few years. How was the naming background?
I had a ton of fun naming really! At first, Trivikram sir didn’t think it was a smart thought for me to name, as the character is a Telugu young lady and the articulation should have been great. Be that as it may, he requesting that I give it a shot to check whether it worked. Gratefully, it did and he was glad.
It’s said that Agnyathavasi’s story is generally roused by the French film, Largo Winch. Is that valid?
I’m sad, yet I can’t exactly talk about it.
There’s a recognition in Telugu silver screen that in films highlighting hotshots, the female leads don’t get excessively consideration.
I have dependably trusted that if a film clicks, so does your work. I feel it’s essential to strike a harmony between business movies and execution situated ones. Infrequently you shouldn’t take a gander at your part alone. You need to see the film as a bundle on the grounds that if your part is stunning and the film isn’t, at that point, what’s the point? What draws in the crowd is my important core interest.
Your last film, Oxygen, didn’t appear to charge too well.
I figure it did approve. I’m not disturbed. I mean you can’t expect every one of the movies of yours to do well.
What desires do you have for a film like Agnyaathavaasi?
We as a whole have elevated requirements of the film, as it’s made with the most elite. It’s an entire performer and I’m certain it will surpass every one of our desires.
Your dad was a maker. Any enthusiasm for creating films?
In no way, shape or form.
I’m shooting for Naa Peru Surya with Allu Arjun and one with Naga Chaitanya to be coordinated by Maruthi sir.