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Don't Expect To Be Recognized As A Star Naga Chaitanya Got The Best Advice From Nagarjuna

Nagarjuna queried about Laal Singh Chaddha's loss. He stated his joy about the accomplishment of Brahmastra and claimed that it is an experience.
by Honey Rose Thomas | September 16, 2022 15:30 IST
Don't Expect To Be Recognized As A Star Naga Chaitanya Got The Best Advice From Nagarjuna

The first installment of Ayan Mukerji's epic film Brahmastra, which has been in the works for more than seven years was launched last week to positive reviews from viewers. The movie has made headlines for many reasons. Such as the first time it has brought united real-life married couples, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. Besides discussing the overwhelmingly positive reception for the legendary fantasy drama. It features Nagarjuna in a key part, he also spoke up about the loss of Laal Singh Chaddha. That starred Aamir Khan and served as his son Naga Chaitanya's Bollywood debut.

 
In Laal Singh Chaddha, an adaptation of the Oscar-winning American drama Forrest Gump. Naga Chaitanya plays the part of Aamir's closest buddy. Although the movie had a relatively poor opening weekend, many towns and organisations challenged the concept. Nagarjuna discussed it in an interview with PTI, saying, “It is a bittersweet moment. I wish it had worked well. But it happens, it is an experience. "Additionally, he remembered the guidance he had given his son when he agreed to work on the project. adding, "When Chai told me he was doing this Forrest Gump remake, I told him don't expect to be recognized as a star. This will show you as an actor. Chai replied, 'I want to be known as an actor also.”
 
He continued by saying that, despite Laal Singh Chaddha's poor performance and Brahmastra's fantastic performance, they enjoy all genres of film at their house. "We all cheer for each other. He concluded by saying that "We all have a get-together on the day of the release. Whatever happens, we have dinner, and we all toast to that movie. There is a bittersweet moment every year. Now, it is coming every six months,"
 
Besides to Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Nagarjuna, Amitabh Bachchan and Mouni Roy also appear in Brahmastra. The fantasy adventure drama is based on the idea of Indian mythology. was launched on September 9 in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.


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