Murali Krishna’s Encounter – with Rayapati Sambasiva Rao

Murali Krishna's Encounter - with Rayapati Sambasiva Rao

Murali Krishna's encounter with Rayapati Sambasiva Rao - Tv9
Murali Krishna’s encounter with Rayapati Sambasiva Rao – Tv9
Varun & Sai Should Learn From Nani & Sharwa!

 

Varun Tej and Sai Dharam Tej’s last two films have turned out to be duds. The films were not just commercial flops but have failed to get the critical acclaim. Blame it on the actors choice of stereotyped roles and run-of-the-mill subjects.
Varun’s last films Loafer and Mister have been badly misfired. However unlike Varun who at least tried different film like Kanche, Sai has stuck to commercial and mass formula. Starting from Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham to Rey to SOS to Supreme are all routine commercial films and he constantly tried to position himself as a mass hero. And Thikka and Winner are heights of Tej’s choices that gave him strong setback.

This is the right time for both the young mega heroes to sit and notice the choices they have made in the past and their results. It’s time to go back to the drawing board and do some proper introspection and come up with a new plan for the bright future.

Sample actors Nani and Sharwanand who started quite well initially. But when few evidently bad choices have pushed them in deep troubles in the middle of their career. At one stage, Nani had a series of flops ( Paisa, Aaha Kalyanam, Janda Pai Kapiraju) and it looked difficult for the actor to bounce back. And so, Sharwanand. He suffered with back-to-back duds like Nuvva Nena, Ko Ante Koti and Satya 2.

But both have quickly realised their mistakes and corrected themselves. While Nani made a comeback with Yevade Subramanyam (which is decent), Sharwa back to the glory with Run Raja Run. Now the duo is really doing great and has an interesting pipeline of films.

Varun & Sai should take notice of Nani and Sharwa and probably learn something from them. After all, there’s nothing wrong in learning from others.

Varun Tej and Sai Dharam Tej’s last two films have turned out to be duds. The films were not just commercial flops but have failed to get the critical acclaim. Blame it on the actors choice of stereotyped roles and run-of-the-mill subjects.
Varun’s last films Loafer and Mister have been badly misfired. However unlike Varun who at least tried different film like Kanche, Sai has stuck to commercial and mass formula. Starting from Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham to Rey to SOS to Supreme are all routine commercial films and he constantly tried to position himself as a mass hero. And Thikka and Winner are heights of Tej’s choices that gave him strong setback.

This is the right time for both the young mega heroes to sit and notice the choices they have made in the past and their results. It’s time to go back to the drawing board and do some proper introspection and come up with a new plan for the bright future.

Sample actors Nani and Sharwanand who started quite well initially. But when few evidently bad choices have pushed them in deep troubles in the middle of their career. At one stage, Nani had a series of flops ( Paisa, Aaha Kalyanam, Janda Pai Kapiraju) and it looked difficult for the actor to bounce back. And so, Sharwanand. He suffered with back-to-back duds like Nuvva Nena, Ko Ante Koti and Satya 2.

But both have quickly realised their mistakes and corrected themselves. While Nani made a comeback with Yevade Subramanyam (which is decent), Sharwa back to the glory with Run Raja Run. Now the duo is really doing great and has an interesting pipeline of films.

Varun & Sai should take notice of Nani and Sharwa and probably learn something from them. After all, there’s nothing wrong in learning from others.

Varun Tej and Sai Dharam Tej’s last two films have turned out to be duds. The films were not just commercial flops but have failed to get the critical acclaim. Blame it on the actors choice of stereotyped roles and run-of-the-mill subjects.
Varun’s last films Loafer and Mister have been badly misfired. However unlike Varun who at least tried different film like Kanche, Sai has stuck to commercial and mass formula. Starting from Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham to Rey to SOS to Supreme are all routine commercial films and he constantly tried to position himself as a mass hero. And Thikka and Winner are heights of Tej’s choices that gave him strong setback.

This is the right time for both the young mega heroes to sit and notice the choices they have made in the past and their results. It’s time to go back to the drawing board and do some proper introspection and come up with a new plan for the bright future.

Sample actors Nani and Sharwanand who started quite well initially. But when few evidently bad choices have pushed them in deep troubles in the middle of their career. At one stage, Nani had a series of flops ( Paisa, Aaha Kalyanam, Janda Pai Kapiraju) and it looked difficult for the actor to bounce back. And so, Sharwanand. He suffered with back-to-back duds like Nuvva Nena, Ko Ante Koti and Satya 2.

But both have quickly realised their mistakes and corrected themselves. While Nani made a comeback with Yevade Subramanyam (which is decent), Sharwa back to the glory with Run Raja Run. Now the duo is really doing great and has an interesting pipeline of films.

Varun & Sai should take notice of Nani and Sharwa and probably learn something from them. After all, there’s nothing wrong in learning from others.

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