Maheswara Rao Nadella | Published On: Jan, 26, 2024 | 10:35 AM
Ravi Teja, the dynamic force in Telugu cinema, has traversed a diverse path in his career, marked by massive successes and occasional setbacks. From portraying the antagonist to embodying the massy lead and the lover boy, he has donned various roles since his lead debut in the 1997 film Sindhooram. Yet, amidst the twists and turns, one constant has defined his journey – his unwavering happiness.
In a candid conversation with TRS Clips, Ravi Teja opened up about the secret to his enduring happiness. When asked if he knew the ‘mass pulse,’ given the success of his films among specific audience segments, he responded with a carefree perspective. “There’s no such thing as knowing the mass pulse. The only secret is to do the work you like. It’s different whether the film is a hit or flop,” he expressed. Adding a touch of wisdom, he stated, “I never take the ups and downs of my career seriously. I enjoy each and every moment, I enjoyed it when I struggled too.”
Reflecting on his national recognition after the Hindi dubbed version of Vikramarkudu in 2006, Ravi Teja shared his delight in being recognized beyond regional boundaries. He mentioned his brief stays in Delhi and Mumbai and expressed joy in people recognizing him and appreciating his voice, which he personally dubbed for in Tiger Nageswara Rao.
Looking ahead, Ravi Teja has exciting projects in the pipeline. His film “Eagle,” directed by Karthik Ghattamaneni, is eagerly anticipated, featuring co-stars Kavya Thapar, Navdeep, and Anupama Parameswaran. Additionally, he steps into the Telugu remake of Ajay Devgn’s Hindi film “Raid,” titled “Mr Bachchan,” which recently commenced filming under Harish Shankar’s direction.
As Ravi Teja continues to radiate joy and positivity in the industry, his journey stands as a testament to the power of doing what one loves and not letting the fluctuations of a career define the essence of life.