Mahesh Babu opens up on producing low budget films with young talents
Tollywood superstar Mahesh Babu is currently gearing up for the release of his upcoming film, Maharshi after his last film Bharat Ane Nenu proved to be a blockbuster at the box office.
Maharshi is one of the most awaited films of this year and talking about it, the superstar said, “There is a strong father-son bonding in the film which leads to conflicts as well.” The actor however stated that there is a stark difference between Maharshi and the film Srimanthudu. Talking about this, he said, “I know that comparisons are bound to happen but you have to watch the movie to know the exact difference.”
He also revealed that director Vamsi waited for him for two years to start shooting for the film.
He said, “I was hooked to the storyline and my character as well. But I didn't have immediate dates and asked Vamsi to wait. He waited for two years for me". Mahesh Babu revealed that Maharshi has been narrated like an emotional saga and will bring about a change in the society. Talking about his role in the film, he said, “Breathing life into the college student's role was very difficult.” He went on to say that he was also initially apprehensive about that part.
Mahesh Babu added further saying, “Right from the body language, dialogues, and looks I had to work very hard for it. I had many apprehensions doing that part but with Vamsi's support I pulled it off.”
Mahesh Babu also revealed one of the best moments of his glorious film career and said, “My dad watched the first-day first show of 'Murari' in Sudarshan theatre in Hyderabad. Once the screening was over, he put his hand on my shoulder feeling satisfied. That was the best moment of my career to date.” Talking about his future plans, the superstar revealed that he will be producing low budget films with young talents and is also exploring the medium of web series. He said, “On production side, I have just began a web series and planning to produce low-budget movies with young talent.”