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Megastar Spilling Details About 'Acharya' Losses!

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   13 Oct 2022 12:16 PM GMT
Megastar Spilling Details About Acharya Losses!
Megastar Chiranjeevi recently gave an interview to the popular North Indian media channel 'Film Companion' prior to the release of his 'Godfather'. Apart from reminiscing about all the highs and lows, he talked about his last film 'Acharya' which ended up as a disaster. He said, "The failure of 'Acharya' did not make me depressed. We did what the director asked us to do." This did not go down well with a lot of people.

It is Chiru who sang laurels about Kortala Siva before the film's release and blaming him after the disastrous result is getting adverse reactions from everyone. Not just in the interview but Chiru even during the success meet of 'Godfather', Chiru stated that film is a collective effort which requires everyone to give their best equally in order to get a hit. He added that the output will not be good if the director thinks he is supreme and knows more than everyone including actors, technicians and writers. He stated that it is not a good sign of a director when he doesn't like an actor getting involved in the creative side of filmmaking.

Recently, he spilled more details regarding 'Acharya'. Speaking about the film, he stated that Ram Charan and he had to return 80% of their remunerations as a part of taking responsibility for the losses occurred to the buyers. There was a lot of information which said that Koratala was the one who had to settle the issues with distributors and buyers. It looks like Megastar is in no mood to leave the topic of 'Acharya' and claim that they were not in the wrong in the whole scenario.

On the other hand, a few netizens are asking the veteran actor to stop taking digs at the star director and move on as the filmmaker endured a lot of issues already. The star writer-director may talk about 'Acharya' and Megastar's comments once #NTR30 is ready and manages to become successful. Let us wait and see what happens then.