Touch Chesi Chudu star Ravi Teja explains why he does not like experimenting with his roles

Ravi Teja stated that every time he has experimented, the results have not been good.

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Touch Chesi Chudu star Ravi Teja explains why he does not like experimenting with his onscreen image

Ravi Teja in Touch Chesi Chudu

Last year, Telugu superstar Ravi Teja got his career back on track when his big Diwali release ‘Raja The Great’ opened to a terrific response at the box office and received decent reviews. An action-drama, it was directed by Anil Ravipudi and featured the ‘Mass Maharaja’ in the role of a visually-challenged but highly able individual.

With 2017 behind him, Ravi Teja is currently gearing up for the release of ‘Touch Chesi Chudu’. The film features him in the role of a cop and has already created a buzz amongst fans courtesy its trailer. During a recent with a leading daily, Ravi Teja opened up about the film and said that his portrayal of a cop here quite different from anything we have seen in the past. He added that the film’s director Vikram Sirikonda is a confident individual and knows what he is doing.

“I have played a cop earlier, but this isn’t serious like earlier. This guy is sincere and tough but also sarcastic, witty and funny. Although he is debuting, he has a great deal of experience that he got working as assistant director for many films. So, he is confident and has good conviction,” he added.

Interestingly, Ravi Teja has often been criticised for doing the same type of roles in all his films. Addressing this, the ‘Kick’ actor said that his main goal is to entertain the audience and nothing else. He also stated that every time he has experimented the results have not been good.

“I experimented a lot, but such films didn’t do well at the box office. They failed commercially, so now my priority is entertainment. Films like Naa Autograph, Sambho Siva Sambho, Ee Abbayi Chala Manchodu and Nenithe, are good films that didn’t run well,”

Well, we wish him good luck for ‘Touch Chesi Chudu’ and hope that the film does well at the box office.

So, will you be watching TCC this Friday? Comments, please!

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