Family Hero Should follow Real Star

January 7th, 2013, 08:00 AM IST
Family Hero Should follow Real Star

This family hero is scoring all flops from a couple of years and there are more than a dozen of such films in his kitty now. He is hero Srikanth and his admirers are advising him to follow Real Star Srihari.
 
Srikanth's latest work is 'Sevakudu' and the movie bombed at the Box Office like anything. The presence of director Samudra, senior hero Krishna hasn't saved this flick from being a dud. Srikanth's next big offering is 'Shadow' where he is a second lead after Venkatesh. Industry people are saying that Srikanth has crossed the record of Nitin and Vishnu in terms of flops. Maybe he should take a piece of advice to repair his damaged career.
 
Some people however said that Srikanth should explore the options like doing some key character roles like his contemporary Srihari and follow him. Let us see how our family hero will go!

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