In Tollywood, the care of address for experiments is Nagarjuna. Whether it is devotional films or action oriented movies, or for that matter ‘Oopiri’ kind of heart touching movies… there is no such word like ‘No’ in Nag’s dictionary. It immediately comes on to the sets. Soon after a film like ‘Soggade Chinni Nayana’ immediately ‘Om Namo Venkatesaya’ had hit the sets, which remains a perfect example for his diversity. Whichever character he does, Nagarjuna would fit into the groove and he immerses completely in the movie.
While watching/hearing the speech of Nag during the audio launch function of ‘Om Namo Venkatesaya’, we can easily understand it. Once the film completes its shooting, he emotionally says that he has become nearer to Lord Venkateswara. He explains his attachment with Lord Venkateswara, during the death of his mother, during the final days/release of ‘Manam’ and with regard to the settlement of his sons’ lives. Meanwhile, ‘Om Namo Venkatesaya’ directed by Raghavendra Rao is all set for release in February. Anushka, Pragna Jaiswal, Jagapatibabu played key roles in this movie.