Mega Hero Prepped up for Outspoken Director’s Gritty Drama

Sai Dharam- Tej

‘Prasthanam’, this movie alone gave a big image for director Dev Katta as a filmmaker who has the right sensibilities towards political subjects that has a surge of reality combined with ample drama befitting a feature film.

That image alone will be the intriguing factor for Sai Dharam Tej’s next movie, a gritty social drama where the mega hero will be seen playing a bureaucrat for the first time in his career. The mega hero has prepped up himself for the role.

According to him, he has been studying the body language of the IAS officers and other bureaucrats along with the kind of challenges they have to face during their course of duty. Dev Katta promises that his social drama would focus on Indian bureaucracy and the challenges the bureaucrats face.

The lead actor is sure that this movie will help him improve his talent as an actor from being a pucca commercial lead to a better actor.

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