Actor Vijay Deverakonda is all set to make his Bollywood debut with Liger. Directed by Puri Jagannadh, the movie is backed by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions. At the trailer launch occasion of the large movie, Vijay spoke in regards to the film, calling it a dream come true.
When requested by a journalist if his entry in Hindi movies is a boon for Bollywood or if his presence will work as a boon for the south business, he stated, “I see it as me getting to live a dream. A personal dream in my career.”
Vijay Deverakonda additional stated that he wouldn’t have gotten an even bigger alternative than the pan-India movie Liger. “I love telling stories and I love telling it to huge audiences and huge auditoriums. What bigger auditorium than India, so I just see it as a personal dream and ambition coming to life.”
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The actor additionally mentioned the north-south divide that has develop into a scorching subject of dialog. “Actresses have worked in the south. Anil Kapoor sir debuted down south. Directors have been making films up north. Sridevi maam has been a south actor. Now it’s loud, but the industry has always been working with each other. It’s just that now we are doing cinema that the entire country watches and it’s about time that this happens,” he shared.
Deverakonda added, “I am looking forward to the day when it is no longer called north and south but Indian cinema and Indian actors. That is what we should look towards.”
Liger will hit theatres on August 25.