Sudigadu was the last film with my father okayed : Allari Naresh

Allari Naresh is on cloud nine these days. His recent film Sudigadu took the biggest opening in his career and the film is on its way to become the biggest hit in Allari Naresh’s career. Talking to the media, he said, “When I first thought of doing the film in Telugu, couple of producers had backed out since the budget was going overboard. I thank Bheemineni Srinivasa Rao and producer Chandrasekhar Reddy for coming forward to make the film. For this film, 9 script writers worked relentlessly for 13 months. Among the spoofs, my favourite one is a spoof on Omkar. I must also clarify that I don’t have a dedicated base and I believe fans of all the heroes watch my films for entertainment. The film was promoted quite well which is why the opening week’s collections are so good and then the word of mouth was also quite positive. Sudigadu was the last film which my father had okayed before he passed away and it’ll always remains a special film for me. In the past, I used to be quite lazy when it comes to dancing; however, G Nageshwara Reddy made me dance a lot in Seemasastry and since then I have got used to it.”