ANR Biopic Isn’t Interesting – Nag

It’s a season of biopics. After the biopic of Savitri, Mahanati, became a blockbuster and NTR biopic to be helmed by Krish Jagarlamudi, all eyes are set on ANR’s biopic.

Responding to a question on whether Nag would be fine with a biopic on his dad and iconic actor, Nag said, “No one has approached me yet. But I have my own doubts whether it will be interesting to people as there are no lows in dad’s career. It’s simple and plain through out. He led a very beautiful life and till his graceful death, he had acted in films. He acted with his children, grand children in Manam. It’s a complete life. May be a book on him would be appropriate.”

Nag has a point to say as ANR hadn’t embroiled in any major controversies. Nag also admits of having a strong connection to the date May 23. “I have not revealed to anyone before that dad (ANR) had first entered the industry on May 23rd. He had traveled from Vijayawada to Chennai on May 22nd night and reached Chennai on 23rd. So, he entered films on May 23rd. Interestingly, his last film Manam too released on May 23rd. Akhil’s debut on celluloid as an adult is Manam that released on May 23rd. My debut film Vikram was also released on May 23. These things force us to believe on dates.”

Nag said he is right now enjoying his phase of life and has too many films in pipeline. He says he has no fear of failure at this juncture of career and is going by his heart while choosing his scripts.

Admitting that Officer has no new Story, he said that the conflict point is how a police officer is appointed against a corrupt police officer. He said RGV has done good job and ‘sound’ is where he excelled and it stands out.