Critics Scared Young Telugu Hero

March 26th, 2013, 07:00 AM IST
Critics Scared Young Telugu Hero

A popular young Telugu hero was completely upset with the way critics handled him today. He finally decided to not do what he has earlier thought of doing. Check this story.

Success of 'Ishq' movie has given hero Nitin a fresh lease of life in Tollywood as he delivered twelve consecutive flops before that. To continue the same success, he is busy repeating sentiments for his latest movie 'Gundejari Gallantayinnde'. To start with Nitin roped in Nitya Menon, her Ishq co-star and later pulled in a remix of Pawan's song. Not stopping there our young hero decided to sing a song in this flick like he did it in 'Ishq'. But critics have blasted Nitin for completely believing in sentiments rather focusing on story. This made him put his plans on backburner.

Nitin stated today that he is not going to sing any song in 'Gunde jaari Gallantayyinde' and confirmed that the audio of the flick is releasing on March 29th. That's Nitin for you folks!

TAGS : Nitin, Gunde jaari gallantayyinde, Nitya Menon
 

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