Superstar of the Telugu film industry, Mahesh Babu has spoken about his fears and how they help get ahead in his career. Mahesh has experienced remarkable success in the industry and is currently considered one of the best performers, who is not only popular in India but has a huge fan following around the globe. His last film Maharshi had the biggest opening of all times, at the box office, and his previous successes have also made him one of the most bankable stars in the industry. In an interview with the IB Times, Mahesh openly spoke about his fears and how they motivate him to do better with every film.
“It's the fear of everything, every film of yours is new that's the beauty about films I feel and what you have done before nobody cares it's done and over with. Now, something new is happening and all the focus is there, all the attention is there and you have to succeed again so that's the beauty about our work I feel."
The actor has been creating a lot of buzz for his upcoming film, Sarileru Neekevvaru, which will be his 26th film and will hit the screens on Makar Sankranti Festival, on 12th January 2020. An action film written and directed by Anil Ravipudi, Sarileru Neekevvaru stars Rashmika Mandanna as the female lead and has been partly shot in Kashmir. Filming is currently underway in Kurnool city, where Mahesh also shot his first blockbuster film Okkadu. In Sarileru Neekevvaru, he is playing the role of an army major named Ajay Krishna. This will be his first role as an army man, although he has previously played a cop in several movies like Pokiri and Dookudu. A title poster and teaser of the film have already been released, creating high expectations amongst Mahesh Babu’s fans across India.