Amidst the language controversy in the Hindi film industry and the South industry, now Mahesh Babu has given a big statement about Bollywood. Actually, Mahesh had reached a trailer launch event, during which he said that Bollywood cannot afford me, so I do not want to waste my time working in Hindi films.
Mahesh Babu had arrived at the trailer launch event of the film Major. When the media asked him about his Bollywood debut, Mahesh said, “It’s not that I didn’t get offers, but I think they can’t afford me.” I don’t want to waste my time working in Hindi which can’t afford me.
The stardom and respect I have got in my South industry is huge. That’s why I can never think of leaving this industry and working in another industry. I always think about doing films and becoming big. My dreams are coming true now.
Mahesh further said, my aim is not to present myself as a pan India star, but to make South films successful across India. I always wanted to do Telugu films and also wanted people from all over India to see it. Now that this is happening I am very happy. I have always believed that my strength lies in Telugu films. It is this that has crossed all limits and made Bollywood, Tollywood, Indian cinema.
Talking about Mahesh’s workfront, his upcoming film is Sarkaru Vaari Petla. The film is directed by S Parusuram Petla. After this, Mahesh will work on SS Rajamouli’s upcoming adventure thriller.
Mahesh Babu made his debut in cinema as a child artist. His first film was ‘Poratam’ released in 1983. After this Mahesh Babu appeared in the Telugu film ‘Raja Kumarudu’ released in 1999 as a lead actor. Most of their earnings come from movies and advertisements. He charges 55 crores for a film while also charges several crores for an advertisement.