Veera Sanker: I didn’t get a second chance after Gudumba Shankar’s failure

Wed, February 19, 2014 2:49pm UTC by Add first Comment
Veera Sanker: I didn’t get a second chance after Gudumba Shankar’s failure
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He says Mana Kurralle his last chance to prove himself as a filmmakerA decade after his film Gudumba Shankar with superstar Pawan Kalyan bombed, director Veera Sanker is gearing up for his latest directorial Mana Kurralle.

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Sanker, who didn’t have a single release in the last decade, has also produced the film. ”This is my last chance to prove myself as a filmmaker. Since I couldn’t find anybody to produce, I decided to produce Mana Kurralle with family and friends. It’s important for me to prove myself because it involves the money of so many of my well-wishers,” Sanker said.

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“It wasn’t easy to make a comeback after that debacle. When your film with a small actor succeeds, it just attracts the attention of a few but when your film with a top star fails, then you become news. Same thing happened with me and I couldn’t get another chance to prove myself,” he said.

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The film, which deals about a social issue, features Aravind Krishna, Raj Kalyan, Krishnudu, Venkat and Rachana Malhotra in lead roles. ”We completed shooting long back. With the Telangana issue going on, we’re waiting for a suitable time to release the film, which will be anytime soon,” he added.Subscribe to me on YouTube


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