Venkatesh Interview

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Venkatesh Interview
Venkatesh Interview

About Victory Venkatesh :- Twenty-three years of film journey from the year 1986 with his debut film ‘Kaliyuga Pandavulu’  he had done various roles and gained the accolades from critics and the audience as well. Films like Sreenivasa Kalyam, Bobbili Raja, Swarna Kamalam, Pavitra Bandham, Premante Idhera, Nuvvu Naaku Nachav, Vasantham, Malleeswari, Sankranthi, Aaduvaari Maatalaku Ardhale Verule and Tulasi have given him a special place among the family audience.  Films like Chanti, Prema, Shatruvu, Kshana Kshanam, Gharshana etc., made him grow big step by step. With so many hits and super hits, this versatile actor became ‘Victory’ Venkatesh, who is otherwise known as ‘Dhaggupati’ Venkatesh.

What is your opinion about the hike in ticket rate?


Yeah! Actually that’s a good decision. In these days where the piracy has become uncontrollable, there is no other choice except to increase the ticket prices.  But still the present hike is very reasonable and affordable too.

Shootings apart, what else enthuse you?

I enjoy reading books, if not all, certain books influence me a lot. When I do meditation, there is a dramatic effect on my body with the stress completely relieved and I feel fully rejuvenated.

What is your opinion on Naga Chaitanya?

He is an icon of both families dedicated to film industry.  He possesses a basic talent but he has a responsibility to prove his worth.  He must work hard towards that. My best wishes and blessings are always there for this youngster.

Can you give an idea about ‘Marmayogi’?

My intention to do that movie was basically to participate in Kamal’s project.  But later I came to know that the project has been shelved due to high budget.

It appears your brother’s son Raana also will be coming to movies. What do you say about it?

Yes! He is expected to enter into films by mid 2009.  To the extent I observed him he is very sincere and dedicated. I wish him all the best.

What is your message to young heroes?

It is always advisable the young heroes to work hard and experiment new roles and concepts. They must try different things passionately.  Infact, we were deprived of such chances in our early stages. Still ‘Swarna Kamalam’ is a sparkling example of my intentions.