Mahesh’s character in SVP will be next level: Parasuram

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Superstar Mahesh Babu’s Sarkaru Vaari Paata is all set to hit the screens on May 12. Director Parasuram, who is helming the project, is the talk of industry after the excellent cut of the theatrical trailer. He presented the Maharshi actor just like how the fans and masses want to see him.

The director has interacted with the media ahead of the movie release.

Explaining how the idea of Sarkaru Vaari Paata come, the director said, “The idea of Sarkaru Vaari Paata had come while Geetha Govindam was in production. After the release of Geetha Govindam, I worked on this script with Mahesh Babu in mind. The main reason for the project to happen is that Mahesh liked the character design as much as the story.”

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Speaking about the commercial elements in the movie, he said, “Yes, the movie is an Out and Out Commercial Entertainer. Mahesh Babu’s looks, presentation will be at the next level. Even if there is a hit like Geetha Govindam for a medium range director, some may have a question as to how superstar Mahesh Babu had given a chance but everyone will be happy after seeing the film.”

Spilling beans about Mahesh Babu’s character in the movie, Parasuram said, “It involves a bank topic but Mahesh Babu is not a bank employee. Also this story is not about a person but questioning the system. A story written with good intentions. It’s a fun story to tell.”

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Addressing the curiosity around the viral dialogue ‘Nenu Vinnanu Nenu Vunnanu’, he explained, “I’m a fan of late YSR garu. YS Jagan garu continuing his legacy. ‘Nenu Vinnanu Nenu Vunnanu’ is a perfect line that is so apt for the specific scene in our film. I told the dialogue to Mahesh in the first sitting itself, he has no problems because there is no political connection to the story.”

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