Deep Pathak was appreciated for his role in the recently released ‘Maanja’. Talking about the film and his other interests, the actor says, “First of all I would like to thank audience for making my first film ‘Maanja’ success. I like Telugu film industry. Right now, I would want to give priority to Telugu films only.
Prominent producer Tummalapalli Rama Satyanarayana released the film ‘Maanja’ on his Bheemavaram Talkies banner. The film is running successfully in all areas. On this occasion, the film unit arranged press meet on Monday i.e. on October 3 in Hyderabad.
“I am very happy that ‘Maanja’ which was made in Kannada has been well received by Telugu audience too. It’s a suspense thriller emotional film. It’s the story of rough and tough guys. Krishna, Kishan, Avika Gor and I are friends in the film. They four want to take revenge for some unexpected incident. The four were arrested after they were caught by police. But we are not criminals. Government offers us education to improve our conduct during the time of punishment,” said actor Deep Pathak.
Talking about the direct, the actor added, “The director is genius. He started directing films at the small age where boys play cricket at that age. He played a key role in the film. I played Bija, a car mechanic.”
“I born and brought up in Delhi. I went to Mumbai for auditions and there I was selected by casting director. I learned music and singing. I received appreciations and blessings from bigwigs of the film industry such as Dasari Narayana Rao, Raj Kandukuri and Tummalapalli Rama Satyanarayana. It is the most memorable moment in my life. Tollywood’s people are very lovely and I would want to give priority to Telugu films only,” he added.