Independent cinema is becoming quite popular these days. One such Telugu film which has become the talk of the town is none other than Nenena. We caught up with one of the stars of the film, Karthik Srinivas for a brief and exclusive interview. Let’s see what he has to say.
Q) How did you bag this film ?
As I have a huge interest in films, I always waited for a chance to act in them. After acting in a film called Chinna Cinema which was made completely in the US, I auditioned for this character in Nenena and bagged the role.
Q) How did this project shape up ?
The credit should go to the director Ragunadh and our producer Srikanth Polavarapu. It was Raghu who took this interesting script to the producer and with his backing, we shot the entire film in the US. Post the film’s release everyone is praising the production values and the way Raghu has narrated the film.
Q) What kind of response is your film getting after its release ?
The response on You Tube has been amazing. All those who have seen the film are praising my performance and also the good story and racy narration. I also feel that the film is yet to reach a wider audience and we are trying hard to promote the film all over.
Q) What made you get into films ?
Right from my childhood days, I have been hugely fascinated by movies and stars. This fascination made me want to become an actor. After completing my graduation in the US, I took up a job but didn’t leave my passion behind and kept on acting in several short and feature films.
Q) What kind of roles do you want to do in the future ?
I have no limitations whatsoever and want to do different roles. My aim is to be in front of the camera and portray every character given to me with ease and sincerity.
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