Mahesh Babu newest controversy: Actor Mahesh Babu created a stir within the media when he made a startling assertion about working within the Hindi movie business. The in style South Indian star reportedly stated that ‘Bollywood can’t afford’ him and he’s joyful being the main star within the Telugu movie business. After his assertion created an uproar with netizens calling him out for disrespecting the Hindi movie business, his workforce took a U-turn on the assertion.Also Read – Mahesh Babu Says Bollywood Producers ‘Can’t Afford Me, It’s a Waste Time’ – Read Deets
On Wednesday, Mahesh Babu’s workforce launched an official assertion on his stance and talked about that the actor’s assertion was blown out of proportion.’ The workforce has clarified that the favored star respects and loves all of the languages and wouldn’t belittle anybody language. The full assertion from Mahesh Babu’s workforce reads: “Mahesh has clarified that he loves cinema and respects all languages. He said he is comfortable doing the film where he has been working. Mahesh said he is happy to see his dream coming true as Telugu cinema is going places (sic).” Also Read – Mahesh Babu Buys a Swanky Audi e-tron Worth Rs 1.19 Crore, Fans Say Two Brands!
It was on the trailer launch occasion of Major, a movie that he produces, that the Telugu celebrity made the contentious assertion. He stated, “I did get a lot of offers in Hindi but I don’t think they can afford me. I don’t want to waste my time working in an industry which can’t afford me. The stardom and the respect I get here is huge, so I never really thought of leaving my industry and going to some other industry,” reported NDTV, India Today and News18 amongst different web sites. Also Read – SS Rajamouli Breaks Silence on His Next Movie After RRR And It’s Not RRR2 But a Film With Mahesh Babu, Read On!
Mahesh Babu is the son of Telugu actor Krishna. He began his profession as a baby artiste in 1989 movie Poratam after which he regularly grew to become one of many largest names within the Telugu movie business. Your ideas on the ‘clarification?’