Vijay Devarakonda’s open confession

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ANUPAMA SUBRAMANIAN
Published Oct 11, 2018, 12:04 am IST
Updated Oct 11, 2018, 12:04 am IST
He essayed a rowdy chief minster character in the film.
Vijay Devarakonda
 Vijay Devarakonda

The Tollywood sensation Vijay Devarakonda, who has huge fan following in Tamil Nadu as well, debuted with a straight Tamil movie Nota recently. The film, directed by Anand Shankar, had a good opening in TN and is reportedly doing good business. The young actor has confessed that the political thriller is a flop in Telugu and that he takes the responsibility and made some miscalculation and will correct it in future. He essayed a rowdy chief minster character in the film.

He wrote on his social media page, “To everyone who goes to the cinema for me and to all who hope others fail and celebrate it. I will not make excuses, I take responsibility, I am proud of NOTA. It's a story I wanted to tell, a character explored and a performance delivered.”

 

He adds, “Tamil Nadu, the national media and all the audience who loved it here, your love has been received. All the disappointment and criticism is taken seriously, it will be studied, and the miscalculation on my side corrected, decisions evaluated and work put in but the attitude will not change”.

Revealing the fighting spirit in him he says, “A success or failure isn't what makes or breaks a “rowdy”. The day you stop, give in, give up, that's when you stop being one. And being rowdy isn't about just winning, it’s fighting for that win, it’s an attitude that burns inside us, so be proud rowdies, keep fighting. For those who are celebrating this, ippude pandaga cheskondi I will be back. Rowdy for life!”





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