"Boliwood can’t afford me, I don’t want to waste my time": Maheshbab
Superstar Mahesh Bab has become a big trend thanks to a statement he made in the recent launch of Adivi Sesh’s major trailer. The actor, who was asked several times about his plans to appear in a Boliwood movie, said during the interaction that “Boliwood can’t afford him,” India Today, News 18 and other media reports said. Several media outlets say Mahesh Bab said this during the launch. “I received a lot of offers in Hindi, but I don’t think they can afford me. I can afford. The stardom and respect I get here is so great that my own I never really thought about leaving the industry and going to another industry. “
The 46-year-old actor added, “I’ve always been thinking about making movies and getting bigger. My dreams are coming true now and I can’t be happier anymore.” rice field.
Maheshbab, the son of Terugu actor Krishna, began his career as a children’s artist featuring his father in the 1989 film “Polatam”. He also starred in his father’s films Sankharavam and Bazaar Rowdy, among others. Maheshbab made his full-fledged silver screen debut in the 1999 movie Rajak Mardu on the other side of Preity Zinta.
He also screened feature films such as Asadu, Pokiri, Atidi, Dukdu, Spider, Bharat Ane Nenu, and Maharshi. He was last seen at Sarileru Neekevvaru. His next project is Sarkaru Vaari Paata. He will also star in the Major.