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Actor Allu Arjun, who recently starred in Sukumar-directed short film I Am That Change, says that the experience has made him respect the passion with which such projects are made. The Stylish Star admits that it is not easy to make them. His short film, which released on Friday on the occasion of Independence Day, focuses on being responsible as a citizen to celebrate freedom.
Talking to media, Allu Arjun said that making short films is challenging. He said, "Even though I'm a successful actor and own a big production house, I found it challenging to make this short film. It made me realise the difficulties filmmakers go through to make short films. I bow down to their passion."
Besides acting, Allu Arjun has also produced I Am That Change, which has garnered highly positive response from the viewers online. The actor added, "Sukumar and I planned to do this short film for social awareness. I think it was received well. When a star is associated with a campaign or idea, the reach is phenomenal. I feel we achieved something we couldn't through our films."
I Am That Change has been viewed by more than 14 lakhs viewers across the globe in five day. Allu Arjun said, "I hope the video inspires people to decide between right and wrong." As he wished, the short film is successful in impressing and inspiring the viewers.