Golden Star Ganesh, who has four releases lined up for the year, has successfully completed a decade in Kannada Films. The actor, who did not have a release after Bugari, will have Style King hitting the screens on 6 May, followed by Zoom on 20 May and Pataki is also slated for a release sometime soon.
On the other hand, Ganesh is currently filming for, Mungaru Male 2 and Gandu Endare Gandu, which the remake of Telugu film Bhale Bhale Magadivoy.
When quizzed the actor how it feels to look back and reminisce the journey, he says the 10 years gone by are just a trailer and there is more to come.
Talking to a leading daily, "It's been 10 years as a hero but I remember the day when my début film, Chellata released on April 21, 2006. I had struggled for it. That is when I realised that when hard work meets opportunity and luck blesses, there is no limit to ambition."
"I have aspired to become a hero since the time I got the opportunity and when everything gets combined, the evasive goal is easy to reach", said Ganesh.
"To become a hero, you need to become an actor first. I realised it after the television show Comedy Time, and as a supporting actor. So, my ultimate aim was to meet the anticipation of the audience as if it were real. I had to act as nobody could. I am still trying to better it", He further added.