Vijay D bats for Leftist ideology?
Teen sensation Vijay Devarakonda who played a drunkard in ‘Arjun Reddy’ and a soft-spoken lover boy in ‘Geeta Govindam’ will be promoting Leftist ideology in his upcoming film ‘Dear Comrade’.
Teen sensation Vijay Devarakonda who played a drunkard in 'Arjun Reddy' and a soft-spoken lover boy in 'Geeta Govindam' will be promoting Leftist ideology in his upcoming film 'Dear Comrade'.
"Title is appropriate since Vijay D plays a student leader who believes in Karl Marx and Lenin and fights for the rights of students and underprivileged," says an industry source and adds "It will not be like staple R Narayanamurthy kind of movie where he will be carrying a gun and red flag, rather Vijay would carry the same spirit in present-day society.
The youngster can't tolerate dishonesty, corruption and red tape in society and fights for rights of others," he adds.
While his heroine Rashmika Mandanna, who aspires to be a cricketer, gets the full the support of the angry-young man at all stages.
"Vijay's brooding anger should be watched out for. He is unhappy with hypocricy, lies and some fake people with a facade of good person around him.
He hasn't done such a role before and it will go down as a memorable role in his most-happening careeer," the source concludes.
Earlier, Telugu stars who played characters with Left leanings, where superstar Krishna, Mohan Babu, Chiranjeevi and Vijayashanti who took on the might of feudal lords to fight for the poor and downtrodden.