Bobby Simha on playing the antagonist in Ravi Teja's Disco Raja and not a regular & # 039; Villain & # 039;

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Bobby Simha is very open in his attitude and is not afraid to express his opinion. His film this week Raja disco is released and he plays an antagonist. However, this is not his Telugu debut, but earlier his film run (Neram, in Tamil) and a little known Yedhaina Jaragocchu came out last year. But this will be his first major film in Telugu.

Ask him about the gap post Yedhaina Jaragocchuand he says, "I got a lot of offers after that, but I didn't want to play regular villain roles. Why should I do what everyone can do? This is the ideal time to look for strong scripts in Telugu. There are so many content-related things coming up, but I wasn't happy with my roles. So I stayed away. Fortunately, I got this offer from director Vi Anand, who told a story that was underpinned by good content. "

Bobby Simha

Most actors, if they are not well established in the industry, are led to play cameos, bad guys and character roles in star films without being justified. Bobby Simha is aware of this and says that he is not particularly concerned with being a hero or a villain. He emphasizes: “It is important who leads the scripts, who disturbs or drives them. There is nothing negative or positive, if people like a performance, they will flock to see it. We can choose the right story and role, but something gets lost during execution and we have no control over it. Raja disco is a commercial content-oriented film. The director is known for his concept films, but he is brilliant at bringing all aspects into harmony. Ravi Teja is obviously entertaining and I play a gangster in the film. Background music is played for each actor. So it depends on how each character handles the situation musically Raja disco, "

Bobby adds: “I asked Vi Anand in Chennai why he chose me. He said the team felt I would do a much better job. "

Bobby, called Jaisimha Bobby, was born in Moulali, but his family moved to Kodaikanal in 1995. He moved to Chennai and worked in theater and short films for three years, which helped him improve his Tamil. He got his big break in Tamil after a lot of struggle. Bobby has made around 25 films in seven years and is constantly upgrading his work with feedback from friends. He always reinvents himself. The tone of people changes with every debacle, which is why he trusts the cinema and not the film people, he says.

Bobby is also working on a web series in Tamil and says this is a good platform for actors. He emphasizes: “With OTT platoform, we can enjoy more than six to eight hours. There is no censorship and you can visit it again after ten years. It's like a library. "