Q)Firstly happy birthday. What are your plans today ?
Nothing much. Every year, I spend my birthday with my family and in the evening watch a film with my friends. Same is the plan this year too.
Q)What have you learnt from your recent flop ?
Every film is a learning experience and I keep correcting my mistakes and try to do my best and leave the rest to the audience.
Q)Looks like you have some very interesting projects lined up ?
Yes ! I have Okka Ammayi Tappa and Krishna Vamsi’s next.
Q)What kind of a role are you doing in Okka Ammayi Tappa ?
I play the role of a college drop out who is very clever in nature.
Q)How was it working with a star like Nithya Menen ?
As the lead actress of the film required a talented actress, we approached Nithya. She liked the story and instantly agreed to do the film. I had a very good time shooting with her and she is thoroughly profession actress.
Q)How did you bag Krishna Vamsi’s project ?
Every actor dreams of working in a Krishna Vamsi project and I am no exception. I was super thrilled when he himself called me and narrated me a script for his upcoming film. I am super excited about that project.
Q)How are you planning your career ?
During the initial stages of my career, I accepted every film that came my way. But now I am very planned and am doing films which I am totally convinced about.
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