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Ravi Teja on Bollywood falling to catch Mass Pulse

Tuesday, October 17, 2023 • Telugu Comments
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Ravi Teja is in the midst of a whirlwind promotional tour for his upcoming film, 'Tiger Nageswara Rao,' set to hit screens on October 20, 2023. This pan-Indian entertainer has prompted Ravi Teja to engage in extensive promotional activities in the northern regions, where he enjoys a massive and passionate fan base.

In a recent interview with Ranveer, he shared his thoughts and insights. Here are the highlights:

On His Boundless Energy: 'I'm not a fan of dull or reserved people. I always strive to maintain a cheerful and energetic demeanor. Perhaps it's not a strength, but it's just who I am.'

Message to Hindi-speaking audiences:

'I've had the opportunity to visit Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, and other places. It's been a while since I've spoken in Hindi, and I'm loving it. Since 2006, my films have been dubbed, starting with 'Vikram Rathode,' and they've all performed well. I've been to Darjeeling and Kolkata, and people recognized me, which was a delightful experience. With 'Tiger Nageswara Rao,' people will hear my voice as I've personally dubbed for my character in Hindi.'

On the 'Pulse of the Masses' Concept:

'I don't dwell on all that. When I connect with a story, I commit to it without overthinking. I don't concern myself with whether a project will be a hit or a flop, good or bad, as these are all part and parcel of life. So far, no director has asked for a 'cut' while I'm in front of the camera. I often improvise as I'm well-acquainted with the scene and dialogues.'

On Bollywood failing to Catch the Mass Pulse

I also heard that Rajamouli once said South actors catch the mass pulse unlike Bollywood stars. But I am not giving much thought about it as as far as I am concerned, there is nothing like mass pulse

Dealing with Career Ups and Downs:

'I never take my failures too seriously. I just keep flowing like a river. I don't hold on to anything too tightly. I've enjoyed every moment, even during my low points.'

Maintaining His High Energy Levels:

'It's not something I consciously maintain. It's just part of my nature. I don't hold expectations; that word doesn't exist in my dictionary.'

Advice to Those Who Idolize Him:

'I'd say nothing. Idolization is somewhat silly. Everyone should forge their own path and seek their own success. I find it quite amusing when people claim to draw inspiration from others. Some achieve success and become arrogant.'

Leisure Activities:

'In my free time, I'm always working. I don't waste any of it. I never tire. I actually enjoy the physical exertion when I dance or perform action sequences.'

Beliefs About Spirituality:

'I believe in hard work and the wonders of nature. I'm quite a private person. My free time involves watching films, working out, and meeting with directors and writers. I steer clear of people who lack substance, are negative, and don't make sense.'

Outlook on 'Tiger Nageswara Rao':

'Things are progressing well, and our trailers and teasers have received a great response. Let's hope for the best. I've noticed that whenever I've enjoyed the filmmaking process, those films have turned out to be hits. Sometimes, I could sense a film wouldn't perform well from the start. Director Vamsee is a newcomer but showed great commitment, and I loved the character he narrated. He executed it brilliantly.'

On His Career Focus:

'Yes, I'm completely focused on my career. I don't know or want to know anything else.'

Teaching His Children:

'I encourage my children to follow their passions and never resort to lying. They're my best friends. If they choose to pursue a career in films, I'm happy, but it's entirely their decision.'

How His Children Have Affected His Life:

'To be honest, I've never really thought about it. I maintain a friendly approach when interacting with everyone.'

Open or Closed Book:

'It varies depending on the situation.'

Planning and Strategy:

'I don't really plan much.'

Dealing with Anger:

'No, perhaps 15 years ago, but not anymore.'

Changes in His Behavior Over Time:

'I've remained the same since the beginning, but those who've journeyed with me might provide a different perspective.'

Favorite Cricket Players:

'Kapil Dev has always been a favorite; I admire his cool attitude. Among the current players, I appreciate the likes of Kohli and Dhoni.'

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