The director though did not try to interfere in the decisions of youngsters from his family, it seems. He is all excited for Sri Simha and Kaala Bhairava, who are debuting with Mathu Vadalara.
But the director stayed clear from any decisions they took in making the film, it seems. Sri Simha worked as Assistant director for Rangasthalam before turning as lead with the film and Kaala Bhairava is composing music for the film.
Ritesh Rana is debuting as director. None of them have gone to Rajamouli for advice and they are all excited to show him the film, it seems.
Sri Simha shared this in a recent interview and said that as his family members are involved in filmmaking business, he is more exposed to the craft anyone can expect.
So, he feels it is a natural progression for him to work in films but working as an AD, helped him in looking at a script from a different perspective other than his family members, it seems.
He is extremely nervous about people’s reactions but he is excited about the possible acceptance from them, as an actor, also. Mathu Vadalara is releasing on 25th December.
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