Telugu actor Nara Rohit, who celebrates his birthday today, is all set for his new action movie Madrasi directed by Vijay Krishna. Though the film's leading lady hasn't been decided yet, the makers plan to start shooting in August.
Telugu actor Nara Rohit, who celebrates his birthday on July 25, is all set for his new action movie Madrasi directed by Vijay Krishna. Though the film's leading lady hasn't been decided yet, the makers plan to start shooting in August.
Nara Rohit, who is the nephew of Telugu Desam Party Chief Chandrababu Naidu, is currently busy with Srinivas Raga's Okkadine co-starring Nithya Menon.
Nara Rohit's critically acclaimed debut film Banam fetched him rave reviews but bombed miserably at the box office.
He was last seen in Solo-A Solid Love Story (2011) directed by acclaimed director Parasuram.
The movie opened to mixed reviews and was an average grosser.
The actor maintains that he though only chooses offbeat roles and films that the common man can relate to, he looks for novelty in every subject.
His dream role would be of the Mahabharat villain, Duryodhan.
Nara prefers the directorial sensibilities of Puri Jagannath, Rajamouli, Trivikram Srinivas and other such regional directors.
His stylish good looks and macho image landed Nara the brand ambassadorship of a popular soft drink.
Despite the fact that he is the nephew of political bigwig Chandrababu Naidu, Nara maintains that he never considered politics as a career.
Nara, who is a graduate in Bio-Technology and has also completed a course from the New York Film Academy, and rejected dozens of offers before the lure of cinema became too much to resist.
The actor, who says he enjoys reading scripts, watching movies and listening to music in his spare time.