Yandamuri compares Varma with Monkey

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Fri 25th Feb 2011 10:17 AM
Yandamuri compares Varma with Monkey
Yandamuri compares Varma with Monkey
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The declining career graph of Ramgopal Varma as a film maker and as a creator is put to discussion in a famous regional TV news channel. Obviously, the verdict was unique that Varma has become a self destructor of his image all the way from re-entry into Tollywood. If cine critics are calling Ramu as a bluff master, renowned novelist and a psychic counselor Yandamuri Veerendranath had a different opinion on him.

‘Basically Varma has a lot of positive energy which is getting misused for negative purposes. Observation of his career from ‘Shiva’ to ‘Appalraju’ shows that his monkey tactics has increased in order to attract the audience. Even he created an artificial craze for his recent book ‘Naa Ishtam’ which is useless stuff. If he redirects his energy into a correct path, he is no more a sensational director, he is worth of remaining as greatest director in history of Indian cinema,’ said Yandamuri. Let us wish that, Varma gets on to his creative track at the earliest possible leaving these cheap methods of making 'Bakra' of audience.

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