Mahesh Babu says, “Bollywood can’t afford me, and I don’t want to waste my time”
Mahesh Babu is currently trending due to a recent statement he made at the trailer launch of Adivi Sesh’s Major. According to India Today, News18, and other media reports, the actor, when asked about his plans to star in Bollywood films on several occasions, said during the interaction that “Bollywood cannot afford” him.
During the launch, Mahesh Babu was quoted by several media outlets as saying: “I received many offers in Hindi, but I don’t believe they can afford me. I don’t want to waste my time in a field that cannot support me. I’ve never considered leaving my industry and going into another because of the celebrity and respect I receive here.”
In terms of his long-term goals, the 46-year-old actor added, “I’ve always wanted to make movies and get famous. My dream is now becoming a reality, and I couldn’t be happier.”
Mahesh Babu, the son of Telugu actor Krishna, debuted as a child actor in the 1989 film Poratam, which also starred his father. He also appeared in his father’s films, including Sankharavam and Bazaar Rowdy. Mahesh Babu made his full-fledged silver screen debut opposite Preity Zinta in the 1999 film Raja Kumarudu.To name a few, he appeared in Athadu, Pokiri, Athidhi, Dookudu, SPYder, Bharat Ane Nenu, and Maharshi. His last known location was Sarileru Neekevvaru. Sarkaru Vaari Paata is his upcoming project. He will also appear in the film Major.
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