Wednesday , September 20 2017

SP Balasubrahmanyam slams Telugu industry, wants actors to take ‘jaati’ forward

It’s my wish to all the present day actors that 1 in every 4 movies they make, they do for themselves, their pride and for their language.

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S.P. Balasubrahmanyam

Singer-composer-actor SP Balasubrahmanyam raised up some exciting points at a recent occasion. Speaking about Telugu people’s lack of respect for themselves and the need for a number of good cinemas that brings us recognition, he minced no words in criticizing actors of today.

“It’s my appeal to all the present day artists that one in every four flicks they make, they do for themselves, for their pride and for their verbal. The rest of the three movies could be anything. But just one movie to take our jaati forward, to bring it into the attention is much needed. It is necessary to strive to support the Telugu honor,” he said.

He asked whether every commercial movie is making money and becoming a success. “If a commercial formula is right, shouldn’t each film be a hit?” he asked.

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SPB also said dissatisfaction with the excellence of work and said, “Everyone says that they are giving what the viewer’s wants. But has anyone actually asked them what they want? We’ve been giving them the similar kind of cinema again and again and that is one cause they are tuned to enjoy it. They want something dissimilar too.”

The famous singer shared that the skill of singing in all South Indian languages has made one thing perfect — that Telugu people do not truly have the love and liking for their language like others do. “Please agree to take that Telugu people aren’t dedicated to their language. Maybe they’d clap if somebody speaks of it but that’s it,” he said.

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