'Don't mind playing character roles'

Published: 05th December 2012 01:13 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th December 2012 01:13 PM   |  A+A-

Bhairava-Movie
By IANS

Telugu actor Sri Hari Raghumudri has played strong supporting and character roles over the years, and says he enjoys these roles.

"I've always enjoyed playing character or supporting roles because they bring out the best in me as an actor. These roles have been very special to me and some roles in particular have garnered a lot of appreciation and recognition for me," Sri Hari told IANS.

The 48-year old will soon be seen playing the lead in an upcoming yet-to-be-titled Telugu film, directed by R.V Subrahmanyam and produced by Nagaraju Banuru.

Do you enjoy playing lead more than character roles?

"For an actor, what matters the most is whether his film was able to impress the audiences or not. The type of role is more of a personal choice. I look forward to giving my best in all the roles that come way," he added.

Sri Hari has starred in more than 20 films as lead actor. As a supporting actor he has been highly appreciated for his performances in Telugu films "Dhee", "Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana" and "King".

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