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Niranjan Sudhindra: I have to do justice to the title of Superstar

Upendra's nephew, who is being launched as a hero with Superstar, directed by Ramesh Venkatesh Babu, talks about sporting an eight pack, the next schedule of his debut film, and more

Published: 07th December 2020

The title song of Niranjan Sudhindra's debut film, Superstar, was released on December 4. The track begins with an introduction by Yash and has lyrics written by director Chethan Kumar, and music by Raghavendra. 

“I am blessed to have the best of everything for my debut. Right from my uncle Upendra, the wishes have been pouring in from the industry people as well,” says Niranjan, who will be sporting an eight-pack in the upcoming schedule, which starts today. “The entire schedule, which will go on till December 27, will have various action episodes. To begin with, we will start with the stunt sequences choreographed by Vijay master, and follow it with two fights and talkie portions,” he adds.

Niranjan feels to build a career in acting requires a beautiful script and a good team, and there is no compromise there. “Whenever the director has asked me for more, I have met his expectations, and everything until now has shaped up well. The director, the team, and I have carefully worked on the looks, the script, and the photoshoot, and right now, another major step is my eight-pack abs,” says the actor. 

“The process of this entire movie is an opportunity for me to bring out the best version of myself, and I have to keep growing. Acting has to be handled with maturity and requires dedication,” he says, adding that with a title like Superstar, he has a big responsibility. “Superstar is a title I got from my uncle (Upendra), who has earned it for his accomplishments. I have to do justice to it,” he says.

While his current focus is only on Superstar, Niranjan has already caught the notice of filmmakers from Kannada and other film industries as well. He reveals that he has been approached by a couple of Bollywood directors and producers, as well as those from Kannada and Telugu cinema. “There have been discussions with various directors here and in other languages. However, everything will be decided once I am done with Superstar,” he says.

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