‘Gravity defying stunts, artificial blood and killing the goons; is it the incredible stuff we want to sell to Telugu audience? Is this what they are demanding from us? Can’t we come up with soothing dramas?’
None other than versatile actor Prakash Raj has come up with these lines. Pointing out his aversion of watching Telugu cinema trailers from years, he took a dig at masala-potboilers. ‘Running with a gun, like a license to kill, isn’t the right thing. Have we forgotten the Bapu kind of romance we could show?’, he said, claiming that Govindudu Andarivadele is a feel-good nativity laced flick.
Pure human relations, tender feelings and Telugu culture are abundant in Govindudu Andarivadele and Prakash Raj has exaggerated the same. But his take on commercial masala-flick isn’t going right with star directors who are busy canning such movies.
Prakash’s recent hits like Race Gurram and Alludu Seenu too fall under same ‘aversion’ category, and still the actor is ready to hammer himself to speak his heart out. But what about the star directors of those movies, will they agree with our eccentric performer?