Ravi Teja changes his remuneration policy
Ravi Teja is the movable personality in the Industry by the Telugu audience with no haters but has a remark within the industry. He has got a bad name for being sturdy about money.
Now, times changes and he hasn’t had a decent film in recent times except 'Raja D Great.' His script selection these days is awry. Three duds in a row – “Nela Ticket”, “Touch Chesi Chudu” and “Amar Akbar Anthony” have made Ravi Teja realize that his market is shrinking.
So, he decided not to charge for his upcoming films anymore. Ravi Teja is presently acting in director Vi Anand’s “Disco Raja”. From this October, he will start working for director Ajay Bhupathi’s “Maha Samudram”.
Now, he got into a deal with the director by telling that he would not charge remuneration for the movie but would take a share in profits after the film completes business. Initially, he was known for rejecting the movie which hasn’t met the cut down of his asking price but now things changed drastically.
Let’s see Mass Maharaja whether Mass Maharaja will be back to form with his upcoming projects or not.