Naga Chaitanya said this about his debut in Bollywood
Naga Chaitanya said this about his debut in Bollywood

There is an old relationship between Bollywood and South Cinema. Both of them are part of the Indian movie industry but both of them have been making different very fantastic movies. From the beginning, big actors from both these industries have been seen working in different language movies. There are many actors who do not have any plans to do movies outside their industry, but they are seeing some offers that they can't stop themselves from doing. Something similar has happened with South actor Naga Chaitanya. Chaitanya has also openly talked about his Bollywood debut in a testimony. He also kept the reason for working in Hindi out of the movie of the South. The South star has said that he had no intention of working in Bollywood but just to share the screen with Aamir Khan, he agreed to the movie 'Laal Singh Chaddha'.

Aamir Khan told the reason for debuting in Bollywood: He further expressed his opinion about his debut in Bollywood, he has to speak about it that he had no plans to work in a Bollywood movie but he did not want to give up the opportunity to work with Aamir Khan. "The biggest reason was to say yes to this movie because I am getting an opportunity to share the screen with Aamir Khan and learn a lot from him. He works with a lot of dedication on the sets and it's been a lot of fun working with him. We've shot the movie in very difficult situations. It was a kind of miraculous experience.

According to media reports, Aamir Khan is working in 'Laal Singh Chaddha', the Hindi adaptation of Tom Hank's Oscar-winning movie 'Forrest Gump'. It is directed by Advait Chandan. Along with Kareena Kapoor Khan, Naga Chaitanya will also be seen in the lead roles.

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