Young hero, Havish is a talented actor who handles multiple things. He also produces films and is busy with Ravi Teja’s Khiladi. On the occasion of his birthday, we had an exclusive interview with him. Here is the transcript.
How are you going to celebrate your birthday?
Every year, my parents come from Vijayawada and spend time with me here in Hyderabad. This time, I am going there to meet my parents. As it is Covid time, the celebration will be minimal and household.
Are there any special announcements that you are going to make?
Not tomorrow. But I have signed three good projects and my producers will make the official announcement when the time is right and I am waiting to get back on sets.
What kind of projects did you sign?
The first one is a family drama with a lot of emotion. Then, there is an action drama and the last one is an action love story with a unique subject. Luckily, all the genres are different and will showcase me in a new way.
How are you planning your career from now on?
From the day I started, I have done lesser films only. That is because I wanted to do one film at a time. But as I was new, I did not understand that projects in Telugu take a lot of time to shape up. So, from now on, I want to have three releases a year.
How is the experience of being a producer?
Production has brought me so near to the industry. I made so many friends in my journey and got to know some big names who have suggested to me the right way to go about producing films. In fact, being a producer has helped me shape up my acting career even better.
What kind of projects are you going to produce?
I have big aims in the days to come. As I have handled my university back in Vijayawada, I have a good business sense. We made Rakshasudu and now are in plans to make it in Hindi with Akshay Kumar. Khiladi is shaping up so well and in the days to come, we will make a film with one of the top heroes.
What’s your take on the whole OTT culture?
The big-screen experience can never be replaced with OTT’s. I feel that this whole digital thing is like a bubble and will come down once the world gets back to normal. As of I now, I am only looking at feature films for big screens.
Finally, did you always wanted to be an actor?
No, not at all. Once I came back from the US, I joined my father’s education business. We changed our college into a university. That time, there was news that Gangotri was about to be made in Hindi and my father got this offer of launching me. But I said no to it. From that time, offers kept coming in. That was the time I decided to be an actor and auditioned for Ninnila and bagged it.
With that, we ended our interview with Havish and wished him the best of luck with his films and career
Interviewed by Avad
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