Adivi Sesh says the same thing. After Major, a biopic about Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan did well, Adivi Sesh got a lot of praise.
From playing a strong character in Major to becoming a slow cop in the upcoming movie HIT: The Second Case, his journey into the characters’ skin and experiencing the problems they went through was an emotional roller coaster.
The Hindi audience is mostly to blame for the fact that it took me 12 years to become the next big thing and that my Telugu and South Indian fans know and love my kind of movies. since I’ve always thought we were making Indian movies.
Goodachari was the start of everything because it did so well. Since so many people liked Major, my first Hindi movie, I’ve decided to keep making Hindi movies as well as Telugu ones. Based on what people want, there are plans to release HIT 2 in Hindi soon.
We really didn’t want to, but the angry people insisted that every poster, teaser, and tweet we sent had to have a Hindi translation. We will translate it into Hindi because of this. We’re waiting for the right time, and in December, you’ll be able to get it. It will make sense to release it in Hindi after the premiere in Telugu. I’ll do the voice-over. It will come out after the Telugu version has been out for a few weeks.
Goodachari and Major helped to get good scripts.
After Kshanam, my biggest movie of 2016, and Baaghi 2, Tiger Shroff’s biggest hit, which was a remake of Kshanam, it became much easier for me to get good screenplays. This made me feel a lot better about my taste. After that, I might have been more open to hearing great stories.
The same crime that happened in Delhi is shown in the trailer for HIT: The Second Case. Even though Shraddha is not the victim in the movie, there are some eerie similarities between her character and the one who isin the movie, there are some eerie similarities between her character and the one who is. It really scared me.
It’s the bravest and most honourable thing I’ve ever done. Fans are interested in your plans to get married, even though you haven’t done anything controversial in your career.