What's wrong with wanting to act in a heroine oriented movie? Vijayashanti had guts and yes,, so does S.V. It is the audience & industry problem and mistake, if there is no great market for heroine oriented movies yet in Andhra. It is a shame! She is the one who made a producer A.M.Rathnam who went on to make BBs like Khushi, Aarambham making out stars like Pawan Kalyan, Vijay, Ajith and even went on to make his son as hero and then he had no real guts to make movie with the same woman who provided him money as a gift for him being her makeup man! Karthavyam which ruled the entire India is made on her money and she is the actual producer and he might be the executive but given the tag of producer meaning him taking all the returns! With that money, many big budget movies of star heroes were made in telugu and tamil, but not with Vijayashanti, the one whom he brainwashed into getting money just the same way his guru got from being makeup man to producer! She liked the script and agreed to do it and that is bcoz she had the guts to go for variation. She tired of doing cliched movies long back when she was still in form and left those mainstream films willingly. So yes, irrespective of the movie's success with limited budget and release, they had the guts.
It takes guts to make a film like Sri Srimati Satyabhama. And S V Krishna Reddy,
the renowned director of the Telugu film industry (forget about the producer for
the moment), seems to be endowed with the courage to pursue a plot that seems
stupid by any standards.
It goes like this: a rich businessman, Ranganath, has a lovely daughter, Vijayashanti,
for whose happiness he would do anything, even partake of his riches. And in a
fit of emotion he gets all his riches transferred to his brother-in-law Ashok's
son, Raghu, on the grounds that Vijayashanti and Raghu wou....