Surging ahead with panache

Surging ahead with panache

Surging ahead with panache

Prajwal Devaraj’s latest offering Savaal may not have been received well by the audience. However, he is not letting the disappointment come in the way of his upcoming films. Since he has films lined up for release over the next few months, Prajwal says that it’s not the time to look back and brood.

“Personally, I never thought that Savaal was a great film. It was just another action commercial film. But when I heard the script, I perceived it in one way and the final product turned out to be different,” Prajwal confesses. He adds, “Sometimes, a great script can turn out badly and at other times, a script that doesn’t sound interesting initially ends up well. Something like this happens to everyone.”

However, Prajwal, who has been noticed for his performance in the film, says, “I’m really thankful to those who appreciated me. It’s important to have personal satisfaction. I did my job without expecting returns. But what I’ve noticed is that when you start expecting, you get disappointed.”

Letting go of Savaal, Prajwal now has his hopes pinned on his home-production Neenade Naa. Having lost nine kilos in one-and-a-half months for the film, Prajwal says, “It was a challenge that I took up. Along with a strict diet that I followed, I also continued doing Zumba. It was a challenge to lose weight as I was shooting for the film also. But looking back, it wasn’t that difficult. My dad was always there to ensure that I was on the right track. And now, I like the way I look.”

The actor is so hopeful of his home production that he says he doesn’t want to sign any films till it is released.

“I want to see how impressed the audience is with the film. Based on this, I will decide the kind of films that I want to sign,” he declares.

Besides, the actor is looking forward to Jamboo Savari which is scheduled to release in May. “It’s going to be a laugh riot. In fact, it’s the first film in which I don’t have a fight sequence,” he laughs.