Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has responded to the controversial touch upon Bollywood that actor Mahesh Babu made not too long ago, concerning his participation in Hindi movies. Asked about his look in a Bollywood movie, the actor had mentioned that Bollywood can not afford him. RGV recommended that the actor’s movies made all the cash that they did, after they have been dubbed in Hindi and launched. (Also read: Mahesh Babu clarifies his controversial comment on not doing Hindi movies, asks ‘why should I go to another industry?’)

Mahesh Babu later issued a clarification as regards to his assertion. During a brand new interplay with the Telugu media, Mahesh had clarified that he doesn’t must do Hindi movies and needs to work solely in Telugu movies. 

Asked to answer the assertion that Bollywood can not afford Mahesh Babu, Ram Gopal Varma advised India Today, “It is his selection as an actor. But I actually didn’t understand what he meant by Bollywood can’t afford him. I’m nonetheless unable to determine what he meant by that as a result of the purpose is, for those who see the current South Indian movies, they have been dubbed and launched and so they made no matter cash they did.”

He added, “Also, to begin with, Bollywood is just not an organization. It is a label given by the media. An particular person film firm or a manufacturing home will ask you to do a movie at a specific price, so how can he generalise Bollywood, I do not understand that. Bollywood is just not an organization, so his context is just not understood.”

Asked if he would work in Hindi movies, Mahesh Babu had mentioned Bollywood can not afford him. However, he late clarified in an interplay with the media and mentioned, “I don’t must do Hindi movies. I can simply do a Telugu movie and it’ll get seen all around the world – that’s what’s taking place proper now. You’d need to be ready to do (solely) a Telugu movie.”

Mahesh is among the prime stars within the Telugu movie business and has featured in movies corresponding to Businessman, Bharat Ane Nenu, Srimanthudu, Maharshi, and Sarileru Neekevvaru. 


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