Saaho’s Director Sujeeth Reddy Pens Down an Emotional Letter About His First Film at the Age Of 17

Saaho’s Director Sujeeth Reddy Pens Down an Emotional Letter About His First Film at the Age Of 17

Saaho, starring Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor, has done great on the Box Office managing to earn more than 294 crores Indian Rupees in just three days of its release.

Sujeeth Reddy, the 29-year-old director of Film Saaho, penned down an emotional letter after the success of the biggest film of his career. Saaho is one of the biggest films of this year which has done a record business on the Box Office in a very short period of its release. The film has not only been directed but also written by Sujeeth Reddy who made his debut Telugu film ‘Run Raja Run’ at the age of 23 in 2014.

On his Instagram, Sujeeth Reddy shared photos from his first film that he made at the age of 17. Despite the success of Saaho, he has not forgotten where he started from.

‘Made my first short film when I was 17 years old. No money, No team but had lot of support from Orkut and family. I edited, shot and directed 90% of my short films. I learned from my mistakes and criticism was always like an extra boost for my journey. Traveled very long way and faced many hurdles but never gave up. TODAY MANY PEOPLE saw SAAHO - some expected more from it, but many loved it! Thanks to all for watching the movie :) Please watch it again if you missed anything. I am sure you’ll enjoy even more. #Saaho’

Saaho is an Indian action thriller film where Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor, Arun Vijay, Jackie Shroff, Neil Nitin Mukesh, and Mandira Bedi are in the cast. Saaho has not only received appreciation but also criticism of the audiences. According to Sujeeth Reddy, he does not read the film reviews hence criticism does not affect him. Sujeeth Reddy believes everyone has a right to voice their opinion. Saaho is majorly an entertaining film that is futuristic in terms of its action sequels. According to Sujeeth Reddy, as long as people are loving Saaho he has nothing to fear.


By Saadia Ahmed
Saadia Ahmed is an Australia based writer from Pakistan who loves Aaloo Gosht, Bollywood, Madam Noor Jahan, and everything that comes in between.