Stylish Star Allu Arjun, who is always keen on exploring different markets, was in Bangalore to promote his Friday release, Sarrainodu. The actor, who interacted with FilmiBeat revealed that he is focusing on establishing himself as a South Indian star.
When quizzed about what is stopping him from testing waters in Tamil film industry, while he is already a star in Karnataka, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, the actor spilled the beans that his next project will be a Tamil film.
Adding further, he spoke that people of Karnataka and Kerala have always been warm to him and that is the reason he ventured into Kannada and Malayalam markets, before he thought about the Tamil industry. However, Bunny said that, he is open to offers from any language.
Talking on how the Kannada industry is evolving, he opined that the last two-three years have been glorious and he specially quoted the film Rangi Tanranga.
When asked if he has sung any bit song in Sarrainodu, and keeping it a secret until the release, Allu Arjun laughed it off. "I will never sing a song and I know I'm a bad singer.", he said.
During the media interaction, Allu Arjun stressed the point that he do not like to work on the sequels of his films and said that it is a conscious decision taken by him, post Aarya 2.
Though the actor was hesitant to reveal anything about Sarrainodu's story, he promised that the film will be 'Mass, Oora Mass', just like the popular punchline in the film.
The actor was mobbed by the fans at the press meet and the poor planning of the event led to a hurried media interaction. However, Bunny fans expressed their joy, as he is the only Telugu hero till date, to flew down to Bangalore to promote his film.
Sarrainodu, directed by Boyapati Srinu is hitting screen tomorrow, 22 April, across the world. Keep coming back for more updates.