Q) How did you bag this film?
I used to play cricket in Manchu Manoj’s office and YVS Chowdary spotted me there. He asked me whether I would do a film with him. I spoke to my family and the project shaped up soon.
Q) Tell us about your character in ‘Rey’ ?
I play a young musician who is brought up in the Caribbean Islands. It is a different kind of a role and the audience will definitely like it.
Q) What kind of homework did you do for this film ?
As I play a Caribbean guy in the film, I worked on my body language and did a lot of research for my role.
Q) How was it working with Y V S Chowdary ?
YVS Chowdary has a lot of patience and will definitely bounce back with this film. I learnt so many things from him during this film which helped me grow as an actor immensely.
Q) Tell us about your lady villain Shraddha Das ?
She has done a wonderful job in the film. Her hard work and dedication towards the craft will take her to new heights in her career. I had a wonderful time working with her and our combination scenes have come out quite well.
Q) What are the major highlights of the film ?
The major highlights of the film are interval block, climax song and Chiru’s Golimar remix number.
Q) What kind of suggestions did you get from your uncles ?
They have always asked me to give my best and leave the rest to the audience.
Q) Who are your favorite actors from the current lot ?
Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja and Rebel Star Prabhas are my favorite actors.
Q) Tell us about Subramanyam For Sale?
‘Subramanyam For Sale’ has completed 40 % of its shoot and is progressing at a brisk pace.
Q) What are your future projects?
I haven’t signed any film and am currently reading some scripts.
With that, we ended our conversation with Sai Dharam Tej and wished him the best of luck for his film.
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