Nani self-criticizes himself after re-watching his old films

Nani never restricts himself from having a self-analysis about the work he did and makes sure to correct himself from time to time.
Written By Anoop Sai Bandi | Updated: March 24, 2020 12:59 IST
Nani self-criticizes himself after re-watching his old films

Nani made his entry into films with the 2007 comedy-drama 'Ashta Chamma'. Over the years, he acted in several successful films, and eventually became the Natural Star of the industry. The actor says that striving for excellence is the key to his success. He believes that he grows as an actor with every film. However, he recently expressed the view that, watching the same film after a few years, he feels that he could have done better.

Nani says that looking back and trying to be better is a never-ending process. He believes that i what makes him strive for excellence. Nani stated that sometimes, films that look good on paper turn out to be flops at the box office. When the results are unexpected, he introspects on his choice of films. So, choosing the right films and characters is a challenge, says Nani
Nani was last seen in the film Gang Leader. His upcoming release is V, directed by Mohana Krishna Indraganti. This film was actually supposed to release on the 25th of March. Due to the coronavirus scare, it has been pushed indefinitely. Sudheer Babu, Nivetha Thomas, and Aditi Rao Hydari played the other lead roles in the movie. Nani played the role of an antagonist in this film.
He is also acting in Tuck Jagdish which is being directed by Shiva Nirvana. Ritu Varma and Aishwarya Rajesh are playing the female leads in it. On the flip side, Nani also signed another film called Shyam Singha Roy. These three films will hit the screens this year.
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