Nagarjuna says he’s still called ‘South ka actor’ when he enters restaurants or airports in Delhi, Mumbai: ‘Proud of my roots’
Nagarjuna joked that despite exhibiting in motion pictures all over a lot of Indian languages, he is light called ‘south actor’ in the press. He said that it’s no longer basic what bracket other folks build him in, he’s happy with his roots.
Nagarjuna, who works predominantly in the Telugu film industry, has moreover starred in Tamil and Hindi motion pictures. In an interview with Bollywood Bubble, he said that he light faces the discrimination to on the showcase time, nonetheless is unbothered. “Even now, every time I shuffle in a restaurant someplace in Delhi or Mumbai, they recount, ‘South ka actor hai’. They are saying that, on the airports, CISF guys. I preserve listening to that,” he said.
His son, Naga Chaitanya, said in the same interview that cherish his father, he’s happy with his roots, and credited abilities with having bridged the divide. “It’s good that this complete south Indian north Indian divide is getting diluted. It’s repeatedly been the case. We’re all human beings and we all join to the same emotion. It’s correct that motion pictures are moreover being considered in that manner now,” he said.
The daddy-son duo starred collectively in Bangarraju, which launched to negative basic reception nonetheless wide box place of job returns final week. The Indian Speak assessment called it a ‘sorry excuse of a movie’, awarding it one-and-a-half stars out of five. The film made a reported Rs 53 crore in its opening weekend, at the same time as a lot of states everywhere in the country put in power new restrictions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bangarraju is the sequel to the film Soggade Chinni Nayana and is the second collaboration between Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya, after Manam, which moreover featured the gradual ANR, Nagarjuna’s father and Chaitanya’s grandfather. Nagarjuna will soon be considered in Ayan Mukerji’s fantasy myth Brahmastra.