I don't know how to say no, and that's a weakness.

Accept it or not, every star, actor, and director wants to work on larger-than-life films.

I don't think 'Magadheera' should be remade, nor do I think it will be remade. It is very difficult to recreate the same magic.

I'll be starting two new production houses - Konidela Productions and White Horse Entertainments.

We have to understand that content is king now. And it doesn't matter what the source of the content and where it's coming from, as long as it is workable.

Had 'Dhruva' not succeeded, I don't mind calling these films experimental.

'Dhruva' will have them glued to their seats throughout, and I'm sure of that.

You didn't find comedy in 'Magadheera.' Any film high on emotions doesn't need such elements.

My father is a big fan of Amitabh Bachchan and always wanted to work or star in a remake of any of his film. But he didn't get the opportunity.

I feel that whoever isn't feeling settled in their career won't think about their marriage.

I'm compared to my dad all the time, and I've learned to take it positively by working hard.

I am not that big a method actor.

In terms of script, Bollywood should learn from South Indian scripts. Not talking about the fights and action, I am talking about the drama bit.

I used to rarely go on film sets, as I felt it was very boring to see the same shot being done so many times. I felt I had nothing to do. I used to irritate the cameramen.

The sky takes on shades of orange during sunrise and sunset, the colour that gives you hope that the sun will set only to rise again.

Not once did I feel pressurised that I was stepping into Mr. Bachchan's shoes. I don't say I didn't feel the pressure of starring in a remake of 'Zanjeer,' but somewhere, that worked to my advantage.

Several southern actors are coming to Mumbai. Likewise, many Bollywood actors are appearing down South or borrowing ideas from southern films.

Young audience, in the age group of 16-33 years, constitutes the main viewership of Bollywood films.

I told my parents that I will marry any girl they choose for me. They also told me that they are open to considering any girl I choose. We were very open about it throughout.

My mom was a housewife and a sponge, who would absorb everything and make it all look like a fairytale when he entered the house. For instance, when he came home, I would always be seen studying with my books open. She always made sure that Dad went back to the shoot happily.

I was born in that family. So I don't know the difference between born as an actor's son and not being an actor's son. I never knew whether it was good or bad.

I want audiences to see me in different avatars.

'Dhruva' is not a first person narrative of Siddharth Abhimanyu.

My dad was more tensed than I was a day before the release. Having learned that 'Bruce Lee' has released to the highest openings in my career, he has settled down.

I've tried to go out of my comfort zone to experiment with comedy onscreen.

I have carried the burden of my dad's image since day one. They never see me as just another guy trying to make his career in the film industry. I am always 'Megastar' Chiranjeevi's son first, and Ram Charan only later.

I don't like family stories forcefully mixed with commercial elements.

Some films shouldn't be remade.

I was brought up as a normal kid.

The moment we finished shooting for 'Bruce Lee,' my wife Upasana reminded of a pending holiday.

Krishna Vamsi is a very good director.

One of the recent love stories I enjoyed was Bhaskar's 'Bommarillu.'

I may be a star in the South, but when I go to Bollywood, I am a clean slate, a white paper. Whatever the director makes of me is what I will become for the audience.

In the south, whether it is a small film or a big film, everybody sees it. So, there is always something for everybody to come, see, and enjoy.

For about 175,000 people, Chiranjeevi Blood Bank has supplied blood for free in times of emergency. This is because of the service-oriented attitude of Mega fans.

At the end of the day, I am not my dad and have my own journey to make.

I love shopping, but I can't go out. I love going to restaurants and eating out with friends.

Til I was 10 years, I didn't know I had only two siblings. I always thought I had 10 and that they were all my family.

I style my roles mostly with some help from my team of stylists.

What better way to foray into production than with 'Khaidi No 150.' The film is truly close to my heart because it is my father's 150th film.

I request the audience to not mix cinema with politics.

My dad always made sense. My dad was only wrong when I didn't understand him. Had I listened to him, my life would have been so much easier.

The audiences love to see me fight on screen.

I won't do a role which children in my family cannot look up to.

I don't run after successful directors. I give importance to the content of the film.

My family never had a business background. We are artistes.

I have worked with top directors like Rajamouli and Vinayak and with upcoming directors like Vamsi.

My dad is always there for me, and no matter how busy, he always makes it a point to answer my calls. I think he knows what is best for me better than me and is very involved in planning my career. Feel blessed to have a dad like him.

Since I played a warrior in 'Magadheera,' my character sported shoulder-length hair and a thick beard.