Looks like Ram Charan has learnt quite a lot from his hits and flops. Not only like a big brother, but also as the senior in the business, the actor is said to have shared a valuable advice with Varun Tej.
As Varun's next offering, Loafer is slated to hit screens on 17 December, talking to D G Bhavani of Sakshi daily, he revealed that Charan has advised him to go slow and explore more genres.
"Charan Anna (Ram Charan) once told me that Magadheera had brought him the star image but to maintain that consistently he really needed to work hard. So, he advised me to happily work on small films and take it slow as it comes, since Kalyan Babai (Pawan Kalyan) also did the same initially," said Varun.
Though Charan has established himself as the true heir of Megastar Chiranjeevi and earned a strong fan base among masses, he is often criticized for not trying new subjects. But in contrast, he is always expected to do more commercial films by his fans, which is why the actor is having a tough time these days to strike a balance between the both.
Since he has had experience of knowing what a 'star image' can do to an actor, Charan seems to be taking care of his little brother by sharing few tips to reach out to more people. Let us also see how far the advice works for Varun.