Actor Vijay Deverakonda, who’s receiving lots of good response for the trailer of his upcoming multilingual film ‘Kushi’, has opened up on the box-office failure of his Bollywood debut movie ‘Liger’. On the launch of the trailer of ‘Kushi’ right here on Wednesday, the actor shared that ‘Liger’ shouldn’t be the primary failure of his life and that he has had many flops earlier as properly, simply as he has had many hit motion pictures.
The actor advised the media, “It does damage when a movie doesn’t work. I’ve skilled many flops prior to now, and ‘Liger’ shouldn’t be the primary one. I’ve additionally had many hits earlier than. I’ll proceed to expertise each flops and hits, as a result of finally we try to inform tales.”
He added that as a artistic particular person, he needs to inform as many tales as he can, and the method of doing so includes many dangers. However, regardless of the dangers he’ll nonetheless do it everytime and provides it his all.
Vijay mentioned, “My ambition is all the time to pursue one thing artistic, and my way of life is to wholeheartedly decide to it.”
‘Liger – Saala Crossbreed’ is a sports activities motion movie written and directed by Puri Jagannadh. Shot concurrently in Hindi and Telugu, the movie starred Vijay Deverakonda because the titular MMA fighter Liger with stammering drawback, alongside Ananya Panday as his love curiosity.
The movie additionally starred Ramya Krishna and Ronit Roy in key roles, with former world heavyweight champion boxer Mike Tyson of the US taking part in an prolonged cameo.
Speaking concerning the emotional affect of a movie’s failure, the actor shared that it does damage when the outcomes are usually not as anticipated, however that doesn’t discourage him.
“I’m not afraid of failure. Regardless that it hurts when a movie doesn’t work, it doesn’t cease me from making an attempt once more. I’m not afraid of stumbling,” he mentioned.
‘Kushi’, which additionally stars Samantha Ruth Prabhu as Vijay’s love curiosity, is about to launch in theatres on September 1.