This young star is virtually on cloud nine but he is already thinking how to thank his fans.
“I accept that the success of ‘Magadheera’ will be hard to repeat, but people tell me that because it belongs to another genre, ‘Nayak’ will mark my achievement as a star in the romantic genre,” he says, in an attempt to be modest.
That was ‘Mega Power star’ Ramcharan, who is working hard to come out of the shroud of fame that he inherited from his Megastar father, Chiranjeevi now turned into a Union Minister. “I have really worked hard for ‘Nayak’ all through 2012 and I am happy seeing that my efforts have not gone in vain. It was team work from the beginning till the end,” he told The Hindu on Wednesday evening, even as he basking in the glory that a successful opening gives any star.
Speaking of his character as ‘do-gooder’ in a society ravaged by villains, he says, “I have not done a character like this before and while ‘Magadheera’ was a fantasy of sorts, this ‘larger than life’ role gives me a clear edge over others in this competitive industry.”