Director Teja, who again ended up making a dud called Hora Hori, which released last Friday, is back in news with yet another controversial interview.
The director caught the attention of everyone after making sensational comments on Mahesh Babu, a few days ago.
"Telugu stars are self-seeking persons. Until getting break, they spin around us. But, when we are in need or wish to speak them on phone, simply discard us. They easily forget about those who gave them the stardom to enjoy.
However, this culture is not in Bollywood. For example if we take Salman Khan, whenever he signs a new film he puts a condition of leaving that particular film whenever he gets a call from Sooraj Barjatya.
Sooraj was director and producer for Maine Pyar Kiya, through which Salman was introduced to industry and also got first break. Salman still has authenticity. But, most of the heroes I had introduced are thankless people. They are in fact waste fellows in my view.", the director spoke at length.
In the past, he blatantly stated that Mahesh is only adopting villages to get income tax deductions. Before it looses the fires, the director is back with one more controversy.
The director not only quoted Telugu star heroes as just waste fellows but also opined that they should learn faithfulness from Bollywood hero Salman Khan.