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I’m waiting for the right script to make a Telugu comeback: Vikram

I’m waiting for the right script to make a Telugu comeback: Vikram
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In Hyderabad recently for a promotional event, actor Vikram, who commands a decent fan base across the two Telugu-speaking states, said that visiting the Pearl City is always a warm feeling. “Yeah, it’s been quite some time since I’ve been to the city. It’s always nice to be here, people are warm and off-course, I have several friends from the industry,” he said in a conversation with Hans Talkies.

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In Hyderabad recently for a promotional event, actor Vikram, who commands a decent fan base across the two Telugu-speaking states, said that visiting the Pearl City is always a warm feeling. “Yeah, it’s been quite some time since I’ve been to the city. It’s always nice to be here, people are warm and off-course, I have several friends from the industry,” he said in a conversation with Hans Talkies.

Known for his fetish for perfection, the actor was unrecognisable in a thick beard—probably prepping-up for his urban thriller with Anand Shankar next. “I Iove experimenting with the roles that I essay and that’s what I believe differentiates you. I’ve been working on my hairdo for the last couple of months. I’m also growing beard for the purpose. I can’t talk about it at this point but all I can tell you is currently I’m busy preparing for the part. It also needs me to sport a long hair. I always strive to be as different as possible, hope you all will endorse it,” smiled the actor.

Continuing in the same tone he added, “But whatever I do (with my appearance), I go about it in a healthy and sensible way with right advice and precautions in place. But for Shankar’s ‘I’, the amount of work I did shocked even my wife. So if I don’t find the character interesting enough and if it doesn’t offer me the challenge of reinventing myself, I don’t take it up.”

It’s been more than a decade since Vikram enacted in a Telugu film and the actor, going by his words, appears to be keen on a comeback. “I would love to do a Telugu film and I’ve been listening to scripts. I’m just waiting for the right one and hopefully I shall finalise one soon pretty soon,” he stated. When quizzed about his New Year plans, he replied, “Life itself is a celebration, so every day is pretty colourful for me and New Year Day is no different. I think that’s how life should be.”

Commenting on the recent Chennai floods, he said, “I wanted to do something but I was thinking what and how to do. I discussed about it with my well wishers and planned a unique campaign, which I would like to reveal after some time. I’m also planning a music video on flood relief.”
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