Hanu-Man, the first blockbuster from Tollywood this year, entertained audiences worldwide and recently completed 30 days in 300 centers, a phenomenal feat in this generation. Starring Teja and directed by Prasanth Varma, the movie is back in the spotlight.
Recently, a netizen on X account (formerly Twitter) expressed a preference for Sri Anjaneyam, released in 2004, over Hanu-Man, noting perceived shortcomings at the box office. However, Krishna Vamsi, the creative director behind Sri Anjaneyam, responded with humility, stating, “Audiences are never wrong… If they didn’t like it, there may have been a mistake or problem with reachability… so don’t blame the audience, sir… maybe I was wrong at some portions… THQ, God bless.”
His genuine comments received praise from other netizens, with many appreciating his humility and urging him to come back soon with another great movie.
Audience r never wrong .. they didn't like it means there was a mistake r problem of reachability .. so dnt blame audience sir .. may b I was wrong AT some portions .. THQ 🙏♥️ God bless https://t.co/RBumH9z4nm
— Krishna Vamsi (@director_kv) February 11, 2024