Naga Chaitanya will next be seen in Love Story on September 24th. Love Story stars Sai Pallavi opposite Naga Chaitanya and is directed by Sekhar Kammula. Instead of taking the OTT route, Love Story will be released in theaters. “I am convinced of the success of the film, but a little nervous about the theatrical response. I think the family audience will need the theaters if we give them good content. This trend was observed after the first wave of Covid-19. I hope the same magic will be repeated, ”the actor told a leading daily newspaper.
Naga Chaitanya also revealed that the film touches on caste discrimination and gender issues. “People are careful about addressing these elements openly in society. When we address these issues through cinema, the reach is much more. The film is a realistic love drama, and it revolves around a lower caste boy who comes to a town from a village. What kind of challenges does he face there? What are the obstacles he faces when he falls in love with a girl from the upper caste? Said Chaitanya.
The actor was also asked about film industries that are expanding to each other with many artists going for a Pan-Indian film instead of sticking to their own industry. I have no idea about the Pan-Indian film market. Our telugu culture is strong and I feel that regional sentiment will be diluted if we change a few points to make one topic fit into India. My focus is always on Telugu and if I get a good opportunity to work in Hindi, I will try it. I got the opportunity for Laal Singh Chaddha magically and everything happened organically. It was a great learning experience for me to spend almost 50 days with Aamir Khan, ”he said.
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