Rao Ramesh is one actor who is in every film these days. His role in the recently released Nanna Nenu Na Boyfriends has been hugely appreciated. On this occasion, we caught up with him for a detailed interview. Let’s see what he has to say.
How is the response for your role in the film?
The response has been just amazing. Every father who has seen this film is connecting to my character right away and are imagining themselves in it. I am getting so many congratulatory calls and messages for my performance.
What attracted you towards this role?
I heard this script even before the release of Cinema Choopista Mama. Post the script’s narration, the director told me that my role will be remembered for the next ten years in the industry. Initially, I shrugged it off but now I am understanding why he said that after seeing the response from the crowds.
What kind of roles excite you the most. Positive or negative?
Frankly speaking, I love doing negative roles as I get some very good scope to perform as the bad guy.
Do you get influenced by your dad while shooting for a film?
No ! Not at all. I try to bring in my own style and do not like imitating him. I feel that everyone should have their own style and approach towards a role.
Working experience with Hebah Patel?
Hebah never behaves as a star heroine and is very grounded. She is a very talented actress and has done superbly in the film.
When will you act in other languages?
As of now, I do not want to act in other languages. Even though there are a couple of offers, I don’t want to get blamed that other language actors like me are grabbing the livelihood of the local artists. I feel that Telugu is the only language that accepts actors from all over the country.
I am negative roles in both DJ and Katamarayudu.
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