Nagavanshi, who previously gave an interview to the Daily Culture YouTube channel, responded to the ‘Ranarangam’ disaster. Answering the question of how you took a hit like ‘Jersey’ and a disaster in the form of ‘Ranarangam’ in the same year.. ‘We started Rananarangam with a very positive angle. We started by thinking that it would be new to show a young artist as an elder. But, after the movie went to the masses, we realized that this experiment was unnecessary. ‘Ranarangam’ was the first film in which we lost money. Failing is ok but.. we lost money. It has become a lesson for us,’ said Nagavanshi.
Nagavanshi said that his father (producer Chinababu) expressed doubt while starting the movie ‘Ranarangam’. They said, ‘Riskem, why with Sharva. By the time we were shooting Star, director Sudhir had another option for the script. Babai said whether it would be better if we did that, or we are taking unnecessary risks with this. But I, Sudhir Verma, did not listen. He did not take such risks after that movie. Nagavanshi said, “If there is a small doubt for Baba, we will stop.”
Suryadevara Radhakrishna (Chinababu) teamed up with Trivikram Srinivas to establish Harika and Hasini Creations. He became a full-fledged producer with the movie ‘Julai’. Only films directed by Trivikram were produced under this banner. He established Sitara Entertainments as an affiliate of this company and made his elder brother’s son Nagavamshi the producer. Most of the films were produced under this banner. Sitara Entertainments has already brought the films ‘Buttabomma’ and ‘Sar’ to the audience this year. Currently ‘Tillu Square’, Panja Vaishnav Tej’s fourth film, is in production along with another project.