Ravi Varma, after a great gap in 2016, the actor has got a slew of exciting projects lined up projects for this year.
The previous year 2016 was quite hectic for actor Ravi Varma with motivating roles in commended movies like Kshanam, Appatlo Okkadundevadu, Terror, and Jayammu Nishchayammu Ra. This year’s movie Ghazi has also been attained quite well collections. The actor speaks that in spite of having less screen-time in some of these movies, he is still happy he was a portion of them. “I am so lucky in most of the ways. Being a lump of trend-changers is something each actor dreams of and I am pleased to be able to do that. Ghazi, for example, is a movie that will endure in the history of Indian cinema as the first ever film on the navy, and I am gratified to be allied with it,” he clarifies, saying, “The rest of the movies were all also widely spoke about and got critical appreciation. I am pleased.”
“I feel that 2017 will be a great year with a sequence of interesting movies lined up for me — director Rahul Sankrityayan’s movie starring Vijay Devarakonda, Nara Rohit’s movie with Pavan Mallela, Raaju Gaari Gadhi 2, Garuda Vega and Napoleon. Every of the roles is diverse from the other. It’s sanctification when you have such a variation on offer,” speaks Ravi, who’s set to debut movie in Tamil with the remake of Kshanam where he repeats his character from the original. Speaking about the picture, he says, “I wasn’t strong to play the similar role but when they told that no one could do a better job than me, it was a tribute.”
Excitingly, Ravi has frolicked a police officer in most of his movies. Hasn’t it become overkill? “Well, I have tried to be as multipurpose and distinct as possible in my selection of roles. So, even if I play a police for the twentieth time, it will not be same to what I have done previously,” he declares, with an air of self-assurance.