I don’t want to waste time in Hindi films: Mahesh Babu
South’s superstar Mahesh Babu is in discussion about one of his statements. The actor recently gave his opinion about his Bollywood debut during the trailer launch of Adivasi Shesha’s film Major. Talking to the media, he said that the Hindi film industry cannot afford him, so he will not waste his time working in a Hindi film.
Mahesh Babu said this on his Bollywood debut
Talking about Hindi films, Mahesh Babu said, “I get a lot of offers for Hindi films, but I don’t think they can afford me.” I don’t want to work in an industry that I can’t afford.
Mahesh Babu’s dream is coming true…
The actor further said- The stardom and respect that I have got here (South) is huge. That’s why I don’t think of leaving my industry and becoming a part of another industry. I always think about doing films and growing up. my dream is coming true now and i’m happy with it
Actors are happy with their films
Mahesh Babu was last seen in Sarileru Nikevaru. The film was released in 2020. The actor will soon be seen in the film Petla with Sarkar. The film is set to release in theaters on May 12. It will be interesting to see how the audience reacts to the film.