Ee Rojullo fame Mangam Srinivas couldn’t taste success after his highly successful debut. Although he isn’t worried about it, but feels to have a long career in this industry, it’s very important for him to keep doing different roles. He believes by doing the same kind of roles not only will audience get bored of seeing him on screen, but will also tag him as an actor who lacks creativity.
Sri’s last film which was a remake of Tamil blockbuster was a disaster at the box-office. He says he has moved on and doesn’t usually like to look back. Currently, he is set to work on a youthful entertainer called Tamasha. He is confident that this film will give him the much needed hit in his career, which seems to be going the other way.
He is paired opposite Madhuri Itagi in the film. He says he chose this film because he has a very promising role. He adds that he hasn’t attempted such a role before and he is upbeat about starting working on it as soon as possible. The film will go on floors Nov 9, and it will be directed by a debutant, who had earlier assisted Malyalam director Siddique.