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RGV leaves his 'Don't Care' attitude

Thu 02nd Sep 2010 01:10 PM
RGV leaves his 'Don't Care' attitude
RGV leaves his 'Don't Care' attitude

Genius director Ramgopal Varma’s thoughts and actions seem unpredictable for Telugu audience. That is the reason why he left to Bollywood which has wider reach and his plot to earn name and fame by impressing at least few of the eccentric audience has got him a better result. All of the sudden, Varma seems to have changed his mind (as usually) and came back to Tollywood with controversial venture ‘Appal Raju.’

Now, the body language of Varma and his eager to grab his old status in Tollywood seems to be clearly visible in his actions after announcing the venture ‘Appal Raju.’ The way Varma has selected, not in form Koti as his music director along with a big crew of nearly 40 comedians from Telugu industry to play key roles in ‘Appal Raju’ and more than all the way how Varma was requesting Raghavendra Rao, Gunasekhar, B. Gopal, Srinu Vytla and others not to take the controversial song by their hearts have shown that Varma was lacking his earlier eccentric ‘Don’t Care’ attitude.

Further impressive was that, Varma who never talks about God and Divinity was pressing on the above said directors to ‘Promise on God’ before playing the song ‘Evaabba Soththu Kaaduraa Talentu…’

Let us hope that, this brings out positivism on Varma for Telugu audience and of course everything will be clear once ‘Appal Raju’ will be released.

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