Gearing up for the release of his latest flick Krishnam Vande Jagatgurum, a Telugu revenge-drama, filmstar Rana Daggubati shared his experiences of the industry in a recent interview. Daggubati has had a short journey in the Tollywood, with its fair share of ups and downs and has decided to take it in a positive way.

“Since my journey has been experimental, the probability of success or failure is high. But I’ve always learned a thing or two from the experience. Most importantly, I learned what not to do from my failures,” says Rana.

About his latest project, the film Krishnam Vande Jagatgurum with Nayantara, Brahmanandam and Kota Srinivasa Rao and about to be released on November nine, Rana said, “KVJ is also an experimental film with all commercial elements. The film aims to celebrate long forgotten art form called theatre. The film has all commercial elements to be called an entertainer. While one aspect of the story is about an ancient art form, the other one is about illegal mining and its effect on the livelihood of people.”