On this occasion, R. Narayanamurthy said that he has been making films for the past 40 years and ‘University’ is his 30th film. “I made this film on education. I shot in Vizianagaram, Parlakimidi and Visakhapatnam. Andhra Pradesh Education Minister Botsa Satyanarayana, Education Secretary Hemachandra Reddy, Swaminayudu, Centurion University Chairman MN Rao, Mishra, Vice Chancellor Raju, teachers, students and staff helped me a lot there. My heartfelt salutations to all of them,” Narayanamurthy began his speech.
Narayanamurthy said that many students who were trained by Master Satyanand in Visakhapatnam acted in his film. Also, the People star revealed that in his film he posed with students studying in Centurion University and JNTU. Also, he said that the local artistes of Uttarandhra have acted in his film.
“For the past 40 years, I have been responding to the problems arising in India and our Telugu states by making films as an artist. People are great. They look at big films, films with settings and moods.. If connected, films made on social issues are also hugely appreciated. Hence, I have been making films since midnight independence till now. In this, many films were played on the days of the year. There are also failures. We should be able to make a film that people like. There is only one person for them” said Narayanamurthy.
Narayanamurthy requested the audience to support the film ‘University’ which he is currently producing, just like his previous films. “Constitution of India says that education and medicine should not be commercialized. The government should provide education and medicine for free. Society will be better if the government provides education and medicine. There is no education mafia. There is no medical mafia. Common people will benefit. I made this film to nationalize education and medicine,” Narayanamurthy explained.
At the same time, R. Narayanamurthy also questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi who said that job opportunities will be provided to the youth. “Support students, recognize them, respect them, use their services. Also, don’t teach instead of studying. Don’t do paper leakages to make our Vidyalayas seem number 1 and number 2 in the ranks. Don’t encourage students to commit suicide. Also answer sheets should be corrected by local professors and masters but do not hand over to third parties. A well-educated person should not be treated unfairly,” said Narayanamurthy furiously.
Narayanamurthy said that if all the institutions related to the central government are privatized, they are losing the rights provided by Ambedkar in the constitution for the weaker sections.. This is a conspiracy. Revealing that conspiracy, Narayanamurthy revealed that the film ‘University’ strongly said that government institutions should not be privatized and that students should get jobs. Narayanamurthy appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fulfill his promises without privatizing the public sector enterprises, saying that he will create two crore jobs per year.