Koratala says he wants to make biopic on Vivekananda

Koratala Siva started his career in Telugu Films as a writer. He became an assistant to Posani Krishna Murali and then an independent writer. He wrote big hits like Simha and with Mirchi became a director. He became popular after Srimanthudu success and maintained 100% success rate with Janatha Garage and Bharat Ane Nenu.

His fifth film Acharya is a multi-starrer with Megastar Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan. As the movie is getting ready for release on 29th April, the director talked to press about his plans to make a Pan India film like his peers. He said that he is still not reached to that maturity level where he can deliver a Gandhi kind of film.

He opined that Pan India or Pan World film should be like Gandhi and he is still not matured enough to try such a subject. But whenever he thinks he is ready, he wants to deliver a biopic on Swami Vivekananda’s life. He said that the spiritual guru has a lot of impact of him and he hopes to deliver a movie that compels world to notice and learn about the greatness of Vivekananda.

He thanked Megastar Chiranjeevi and producers Ram Charan, Matinee Entertainments for trusting him with such a big budget movie and giving him whatever he asked for. He wished for a grand success for the entire team of Acharya for all the hard work they put into the making of this film.

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