Varun Tej Openly Admits Ghani's FailureVarun Tej is known for picking experimental subjects. His recent theatrical outing Ghani was promoted as one of Tollywood’s first pro boxing films, but the film disappeared without a trace at the box office.

Speaking about the same, Varun Tej penned an open letter and he admitted Ghani’s failure.

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“I thank each and everyone who was involved in the making of Ghani. We worked with real passion and hard work to deliver a good film to you, and somehow the ideation didn’t translate as we thought it would. My sole purpose is to entertain you. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I learn. But I will never stop working hard.” Varun Tej wrote in the letter.

Not often do we see a mainstream hero openly speaking about his film’s failure. But Varun Tej, just 4 days post Ghani‘s release, has issued an open letter admitting failure. He now vows to come up with try hard and come up with better films.

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Ghani is a boxing drama directed by deutant Kiran Korrapati. Varun Tej underwent an impressive makeover to play a boxer in the film.


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