In the filmdom, the saying is the more the actors, the merrier. Telugu film industry has been lucky in that regard. We have so many stars at different levels. Did this week signal the arrival of yet another one?
We are talking about Naveen Polishetty who has impressed one and all with his acting skills in the successful Agent Sai Srinivas Athreya. Ever since the first show has completed, his performance has spread through word of mouth and become the talk of the town.
The last such impressive opening for an actor was seen with Vijay Deverakonda. Again here we are not talking about the post-Arjun Reddy star that everyone recognises and appreciates, instead it is about Yevade Subrahmanium where Vijay Deverakonda stood out in a small supporting part.
Naveen Polishetty is currently at a slightly better position than that, and he still has a long way to go. However, in the past, too talented actors arrived on the scene with great promise but couldn’t make it big. Vijay Deverakonda was blessed to have films like Pellichoopulu and Arjun Reddy. If Naveen Polishetty too can be part of such memorable movies; there would be no looking back for him.
There is also a thinking that has Naveen Polishetty shown all his tricks in the first attempt itself. Whatever be the case, the next movie from the actor will be keenly observed by all filmy geeks.Don't MissBig Producer Exposes Mahesh Babu DirectorThe giant producer Prasad V Potluri opened up his painful experiences in the industry and...Don't MissCan Saaho Help Avoid A Major Embarrassment For Indian Cinema?The all-important week for Telugu cinema has arrived. The wait for a couple of years...Don't MissJagan Planning Four Capitals for Andhra Pradesh?Rajya Sabha MP who switched sides from TDP to BJP, TG Venkatesh made a sensational...Don't MissSam to Redeem Father-In-Law NagWhen his career was going strong and Nagarjuna was considered as the senior hero who...Don't MissJanhvi Not Excited To Work With Deverakonda?Taking her word for granted that Janhvi Kapoor has a crush on Vijay Deverakonda after...