Talented actor Sharwanand, is a happy man these days. His latest film, Run Raja Run has been declared a super duper hit, and on the eve of the films success, he met up with press and expressed his happiness. Here is the transcript.
Q) How are you enjoying the film’s success ?
I am loving it. I was waiting for this kind of success from the past ten years. Even though, I did some interesting films, I always wanted a commercial success. I owe this success to UV creations and Sujeeth for choosing me for this wonderful film.
Q) Your looks in the film have become the talk of the town. Was this pre-panned ?
Yes ! the director wanted my character to look quite stylish, and the entire credit should go to cameraman Madhie, who showcased me nicely. It was a complete makeover for me, and I am really glad that the audience are liking my look.
Q) What were the major points that drew you towards the script ?
The entire premise was very entertaining, and the script was so strong. My character was so lively and gave me a chance to prove myself. I also liked the twist in Adavi Sesh’s character, which was huge key for the film.
Q) What was the best compliment that you received for this film ?
I should take this opportunity to thank the entire audience, media and my colleagues for backing me for such a long time. The best compliment that I received was from my parents, who said that I should always do such lovable characters.
Q) Will you continue to do commercial films or go back to your serious roles ?
I do not slot my films in any category. For me it is the script, and the director which works. But with Run Raja Run, I learnt one thing that the audience should be entertained, and I will surely continue to do that.
Q) Will you produce more films in the future ?
Yes ! definitely, I would love to make films, but will not act in them. It is a bit difficult to manage both.
Q) What are your future projects ?
One of my films with K S Rama Rao is almost complete. I am discussing yet another Tamil project, which I will reveal soon.
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