Holidays are a big source of stress for me, says Mahesh Babu | Telugu Movie News


After the recent success of his movie ‘Sarkaru Vaaru Paata’, superstar Mahesh Babu had shot for a magazine cover for which he participated in a rapid fire challenge and answered several interesting questions. From revealing his biggest fear to stress relievers, he answered everything.

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Q. A nickname you really like?

-Nani

Q. Your biggest fear? . I am unable to meet my manager’s expectations.

Q. A hidden talent that you’re only likely to show off at home?

-I am a very funny person and my wife and children can see that side of me.

Q. The most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

-I did a bungee jump in New Zealand.

Q. A word/phrase you use the most?

-Magnificent

Q. The last movie that made you cry?

-The Lion King always makes me cry.

Q. As a director, which of your films would you like to recreate?

-Okkadu

Q. Your favorite movie of all time?

-Alluri Sitarama Raju is one of my favorite movies of all time.

Q. Weirdest things you’ve ever eaten?

-I ate seafood in Thailand and didn’t like it.

Q. If you were buying a yacht, what would you call it?

-I don’t like buying a yacht because I get seasick so I can’t stand it.

Q. How do you relax and unwind?

-I love going on vacation with my family because vacations are a big stress reliever for me.

Q. What is this thing that you wished for and regretted when it came true?

– So far, everything has been fine. I don’t think I regret anything.

Q. Favorite thing to do on vacation?

-Eat food.

Q. If you wanted to trade lives with someone, who would it be and why?

-My girl. I just want to get inside her to see what’s going on.

Speaking of “Sarkaru Vaari Paata”, the film stars Mahesh Babu and Keerthy Suresh and is currently at the top of the box office charts. It successfully completed its first week with record collections from all centers. Even after six days in theaters, the film refuses to slow down in terms of box office receipts. According to the makers of the film, the worldwide gross for the making of Parasuram Petla is Rs 171 crore in the first six days of its release, making it the highest grossing first week film in Tollywood history. .

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