Entertainment News / 'Removed from the film' - Rajkumar told the disadvantages of being from a small town

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 01, 2024, 07:00 AM
Entertainment News: Rajkumar Rao's film 'Srikanth' is going to be released on May 10. He is continuously giving interviews in connection with its promotions. Many news are being made due to this. One of those news is this, which we are going to tell you now. Rajkumar has remembered the early days of his career. He told that he was removed from some films only because some big actors wanted to do those films. He was shocked to know that this is a common thing in the Hindi film industry.

He told in an interview, “I was replaced in some films in the initial days. Big actors were the reason for this. He had to do these films.” At that time the prince thought, well this happens here too!

Rajkumar also told that he had to become a victim of many types of prejudices. The industry people did not see him as a lead hero. This was because he came from a small town. In the words of Rajkummar Rao, “Apart from being replaced in films, some people looked at me in a special light because I came from a small town. “They even used to question me as to how I could be a lead actor.”

While Rao recalled that on one hand people did not want to give him a chance in their films, on the other hand there were some people who expressed confidence in him. Rajkumar says, “There were some people who said that you have come from a small town, you are an outsider, but we will make you a lead actor.”

If we talk about work front, Rajkumar is in discussion these days about 'Srikanth'. Srikanth's trailer has arrived. The film is releasing on 10th May. In this he is playing the character of a person who cannot see. He says in front of Abdul Kalam, I want to become the first visually challenged President of the country. The film is based on the real story of an industrialist named Srikant Bola.