Veteran actor Nasser, has been one of the most respected actors of the southern film industry. A career spanning over 20 years, the award winning actor has probably done every role that we can come across. We caught up with Nasser for an exclusive interview. Let’s see what he has to say.
Q) Firstly, How is your son recuperating after undergoing a major accident ?
By the grace of god, he is recovering pretty well.
Q) After doing so many negative and serious roles, what made you do an comedy role in Baadshah ?
It was Srinu Vytla, who made me do this role, which was received extremely well by the audience. In fact, it was his idea also to make me dub for my character.
Q) So are you dubbing for your roles from now on ?
Yes ! After Baadshah, I have been dubbing for all my films in Telugu.
Q) So what kind of a role are you doing in Aagadu ?
Once again, Srinu has written a superb role for me. I play a cop in this film too, but the way he has etched out my character is quite different.
Q) What about Baahubali. What kind of role are you doing in this period flick ?
I play Rana’s dad, which is one of the key roles in the film.
Q) How is Baahubali shaping up. Tell us about you working experience with Rajamouli ?
The film is shaping up quite well, and will be a proud film in Indian film history. This is my third film with Rajamouli, and it is always quite a pleasure to work with a genius like him.
Q) What keeps you going on even at this age and time ?
I do not understand, why this question arises at all. We love this art, and have come for the passion of it. So there is absolutely no question of getting bored.
Q) What about your Bollywood career. How is it shaping up ?
Whenever there is something interesting, I go and do it. Otherwise I am quite busy with my films here.
Q) What are your upcoming films ?
I have quite a number of films lined up. One of them is NTR’s Rabhasa and of course Baahubali.
With that we ended our interview with Naasser, and wished him the best of luck
Interviewed by Avad M
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