Ravi Teja on playing a police officer in Krack: Vikramarkudu has set a standard for me


Ravi Teja-starrer Krack is the primary huge Telugu movie to hit theatres in 2021. Helmed by Gopichand Malineni, the cop-drama additionally options Shruti Haasan, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and Samuthirakani in pivotal roles.

Ahead of the movie’s launch, Ravi Teja spoke about Krack, working with Samuthirakani, capturing in the course of the coronavirus pandemic and rather more.

Here are excerpts from the dialog.

Tell us about Krack.

Krack has all the weather of a business masala entertainer. I’m very glad with how the movie has turned out. I’m very assured about it.

Your portrayal of cops has discovered many takers.

I feel the credit score for that goes to SS Rajamouli. With Vikramarkudu, he has set a standard for me. So, even when the characters are completely different, a shade of Vikram Singh Rathod (Ravi Teja’s character in Vikramarkudu) comes into it. However, I received’t examine the 2 characters.

How has police in actual life reacted to your portrayal?

I usually meet them at capabilities or get-togethers. They inform me how they’re a fan of my character in Vikramarkudu. I hope Krack creates the identical affect on the viewers.

You have labored in Samuthirakani’s directorial Shambho Shiva Shambho. In Krack, he performs the antagonist. How is the rapport between you two?

I had enjoyable working with Samuthirakani in Krack. I’ve only a few buddies in the business, and he’s one amongst them. He is a very smart and constructive individual.

I actually admire the truth that he continues writing or directing movies regardless of performing affords.

How was it capturing in the brand new regular?

We adopted all of the precautions. I’m glad all of it went easily.

How did you address the lockdown?

I had a fantastic time with my household. I labored on myself, my health and watched a lot of movies.

This Sankranthi, there shall be a number of releases. How do you suppose Krack will fare?

We have had a number of releases on Sankranthi for years now, and most of them have fared rather well on the field workplace.

Do you suppose theatres in Telugu states must be permitted to function with full occupancy?

I feel the talks are on. Of course, it is going to be nice to have theatres again on monitor with 100 per cent occupancy. However, I’ll request the viewers, who will watch the movie at theatres, to stick to COVID-19 protocols. Please carry a pocket-size sanitiser and put on a masks to make sure your security.


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