Naga Chaitanya, who will set foot in Bollywood with Aamir Khan-starrer 'Laal Singh Chaddha', revealed that he has purposefully avoided Hindi movies for a long time when talking about his Bollywood debut. Chaitanya is one of Tollywood's most well-liked and successful actors. As he belongs to the iconic Akkineni family, his fandom is a solid and pre-established one. The actor is now ready to make his Bollywood debut in 'Laal Singh Chaddha' alongside Aamir Khan after eleven years in the industry.
On being quizzed about his Bollywood offers, Naga Chaitanya asserted that he had previously been consulted for several Hindi projects, which he had declined.
The 'Majili' actor revealed that he has purposefully avoided Hindi movies for a long time, as he considered his Hindi to be mediocre. The actor continued, "I was raised in Chennai before moving to Hyderabad. As a result, my Hindi needs improvement. I have been sort of insecure about that for a very long time. That's the reason why I have shied away sometimes from Hindi films when I have gotten an offer."
"In fact, when I told people that my Hindi is very 'South Indian', people have thought twice to be honest", Naga Chaitanya stated.
Naga Chaitanya, who had candid talks with the media, was also quizzed about his dating rumours, which had created ripples, post his divorce from Samantha Ruth Prabhu. "Initially, these kind of things bothered me, but I am at a different place now. I always believe that a piece of news always replaces another. I don't take these rumours to mind", Chaitanya added. ALSO READ: Samantha pays higher price to buy house where she used to live with ex-husband Naga Chaitanya
Several months after his divorce from Samantha, Naga Chaitanya was linked with 'Major' actress Sobhita Dhulipala a couple of weeks ago, which had drawn everyone's attention.
On the work front, Naga Chaitanya will next be seen in his Bollywood debut 'Laal Singh Chaddha. The film will release on August 11. He has also signed films with filmmaker Venkat Prabhu. He was last seen in 'Thank You', and will next be seen in 'Dootha', a web series.