Dhananjay: I hope people realise the importance of science now
The actor, who has been juggling between Kannada, Tamil and Telugu films, is dejected that the pandemic situation is back to square one
Dhananjay has been busy from last August shooting for his various projects until a couple of days ago. The actor, who was back in Bengaluru last Sunday, after completing a schedule for Sukumar’s Pushpa, feels that he along with the rest of the country are back to square one of the pandemic, just like last year.
The actor, who has been juggling between Kannada, Tamil and Telugu films, is dejected that things haven’t got better. “Right now, films are not in my mind, the entire pandemic crisis has disturbed me a lot. I am in deep grief on hearing about the deaths in our State and I feel helpless,” he says.
Dhananjay, who is doing his best to lend support to people seeking his help, hopes the current situation to get back to normal as early as possible. “I hope people realise the importance of science now, especially, during these tough times,” he says.
The actor feels the situation is getting out of hand now, and everyone should take responsibility for their health. “I request people to take care of themselves and get vaccinated."
Dhananjay’s line up of films include Badava Rascal, Rohit Padaki’s Ratnan Prapancha, Shivarajkumar’s Shivappa, Narasimha’s yet-to-be-titled film, and Head Bush directed by Shoonya. He is also a part of Allu Arjun’s bilingual Pushpa. Dhananjay will be making his Tamil debut with Paayum Oli Nee Yenakku.