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A day after he indirectly attacked Ram Charan’s movie ‘Govindudu Andarivadele’ stealing the screens of ‘Loukyam’, director-producer Dasari Narayana Rao appealed to media sections to take the spirit and essence of his speeches as and when he attends film related events.

 Dasari Narayana RaoA day after he indirectly attacked Ram Charan’s movie ‘Govindudu Andarivadele’ stealing the screens of ‘Loukyam’, director-producer Dasari Narayana Rao appealed to media sections to take the spirit and essence of his speeches as and when he attends film related events. “I’m someone who dreams of the ‘well being’ of the industry all the time. I’m where I’m because of the industry. I don’t know anything outside the industry and I’m not someone who will vent my anger against individuals,” he said. He was speaking at the first look launch of his 151st directorial venture, ‘Erra Bassu’, starring Vishnu Manchu, Catherine Tresa and himself, in the city on Wednesday.

About the film, a remake of Tamil hit ‘Manjapai’, he said, “I was on the hunt for a good story for the past couple of years and luckily I found ‘Manjapai’. I moulded it to my liking and added new characters. It’s a story that has universal appeal. My career kicked off with ‘Tata Manavadu’ and my 151st film, as luck would have it, delves into the relationship between a grandson and granddad.”

“This is Vishnu’s best performance till date and the film will be one among my many blockbusters,” he added. He further said that audio launch will take place on October 30 and the film will release on November 14.

Dasari also said that the ongoing tussle between The Telugu Film Federation Employee Union (TFFEU) and The Telugu Film Producers Association over the former’s wage hike will come to end soon. “Talks are going between the two parties. Post Diwali everything will return to normalcy,” he said.

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