Vishal Krishna Says Ayogya is ‘Different’ From Versions in Telugu and Hindi

Vishal Krishna Says Ayogya is ‘Different’ From Versions in Telugu and Hindi

Activist and star Vishal Krishna says Ayogya is a different film from the Telugu and Hindi versions of the same premise that we’ve seen so far

Ayogya is an upcoming Telugu film starring Vishal Krishna. The star has spoken about the film and talked about how the versions of the same premise are different from the ones seen in Telugu and Hindi.

“Tamil cinema has never seen action like this before,” promises star and activist Vishal Krishna about Ayogya which opens this Friday.
The action-oriented film sees Vishal re-invent the role of the corrupt cop played by NTR Jr in the Telugu film Temper. In Hindi, Ranveer Singh also played the same role as the swaggering law enforcer who has a change of heart after a reformatory incident. Simmba, directed by Rohit Shetty, where Ranveer co-starred with fresh debutante Sara Ali Khan, did very well at the box office.

Promises Vishal, “My version of the film is very different from both the versions seen so far in Telugu and Hindi. There is no point in doing a remake unless one takes the story and the character where it hasn’t gone before. I can tell you with complete assurance that the kind of action I’ve done in Ayogya is very different from what’s been seen earlier.”

Also to be noted is the rising level of conscientiousness among actors especially in the South. While Mahesh Babu’s new release Maharshi in Telugu is about the brain drain and the rights of Andhra farmers, Ayogya probes into the sensitive issue of rape.

Says Vishal, “I believe as actors we have a huge responsibility towards society. Issues and problems pertaining to the common man must be addressed in our films. I am not saying we should preach in cinema. But we can provide entertainment while addressing issues as I’ve done in Ayogya.”

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