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‘Bollywood can’t afford me’ says Mahesh Babu during trailer launch of ‘Major’

During a recent media interaction, Mahesh Babu was asked about his Hindi debut to which the actor mentioned that he does not want to waste his time working in an industry that cannot afford him. Mahesh Babu also added that he is happy with the respect he has been getting in the South.

The actor is waiting for the release of his upcoming film, Sarkaru Vaari Paata. Directed by Parasuram Petla, the film will release in theatres on May 12.

“I did get a lot of offers in Hindi, but I don’t think they can afford me. I don’t want to waste my time working in an industry which can’t afford me. The stardom and the respect I get here (in South) is huge, so I never really thought of leaving my industry and going to some other industry. I have always thought of doing films and becoming bigger. My dream is coming true now and I can’t be happier,” Mahesh Babu said as cited by India Today. Reportedly, the actor said this at the trailer launch of Adivi Sesh’s Major.

Recently, Mahesh Babu also spoke about his plans to venture into OTT. He said that he is meant for the big screen and wouldn’t think about foraying into digital space.

The film Major is based on the life of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, who was martyred during the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack. The film, starring Adivi Shesh, is directed by Shashi Kiran Tikka.let us tell you The film is produced by Sony Pictures Films India in association with Mahesh Babu’s GMB Entertainment and A+S Movies.

(For more updates stay tuned with DNP India)

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