Highly regarded as a legendary director in Tollywood, K Vishwanath made a couple of classics, Swayamkrushi and Apadbhandavudu which got Nandi Awards for Megastar Chiranjeevi. Now, the soft-spoken director has made a few striking comments on Chiru just as the Megastar is gearing up for his most awaited comeback film.
In a recent media interaction, K Vishwanath said that Chiru is no longer a Megastar and that he lost his loyal fanbase by entering politics. Vishwanath further said that it would be difficult for Chiru to regain his solid fanbase by acting in mass films. The director then advised Chiru to consider the 150th film as his first film and reclaim the lost fanbase with his comeback film.
While these comments are indeed unexpected from K Vishwanath, the senior director concluded saying that these are only his personal views. Incidentally, Megastar’s 4-minute special appearance in his son Ram Charan’s Bruce Lee did wonders for the film and his cameo was one of the highlights in the film which thrilled the Mega fans.