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      Why Venkatesh Walked Out Of Ram Charan's Govindudu Andarivadele?


      Victory Venkatesh, who is basking on the success of his latest release Drushyam, has finally opened up on walking out of Ram Charan Teja's much-hyped Telugu movie Govindudu Andarivadele. He says that he was to play Cherry's uncle, but the director Krishna Vamsi felt that the role did not suit his image. So he opted out of the project. However, he adds that the film has a wonderful storyline.

      Written by Paruchuri Brothers and Patrikeya, Govindudu Andarivadele is a family entertainer with all mass elements. The movie is all about an NRI, who visits his joint family where he has to bridge the gap between his father and his father's younger brother. Ram Charan Teja is reportedly playing the NRI, while Prakash Raj and Jayasudha appear as his father and mother in this much-awaited movie.

      After Venkatesh walked out of Govindudu Andarivadele, actor Srikanth has been roped in to play the role of Ram Charan's uncle in the movie. In an interview to TV channel, Venkatesh spoke about the film Govindudu Andarivadele and said, "I was supposed to play Charan's uncle, but I decided to back out after the entire unit and the director felt that the role might not suit my image. The film has a superb storyline and will surely be a huge hit."

      Venkatesh is now on cloud nine with his latest outing Drushyam striking gold at the Box Office. He has one project titled Gopala Gopala lined up for shoot and he will share screen space with Power Star Pawan Kalyan in the movie, which is a Telugu remake of super-hit Hindi film OMG! Oh My God.

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