Audiences watching films in theatres often wonder, why our heroes and filmmakers don't change much. Generally, filmmakers blame audiences whenever they come up with masala films. But even if it is a masala film, one has to find the right hero to which the script suits.
Going by the trailer of upcoming release Juvva movie, which has Congress politician Botsa Satyanarayana's cousin brother's son Ranjith as a hero (his family produced the film too) one could understand that the youngster has starred in an out and out mass action movie. Those are the types of films some big stars like Allu Arjun and Nani do, but they are not for freshers, isn't it?
We have Nikhil Gowda's Jaguar, Ishaan's Rogue, Naga Anvesh's Angel and Ganta Ravi's Jayadev, which give us some valuable lessons. All these heroes hail from influential families and got their debuts sound like pakka mass films but only flopped. Because a hero will not be accepted as a mass start until he impresses them with some talents. Even after showcasing his talent in Yevade Subramanyam and Pellichoopulu, Vijay Devarakonda's mass movie Dwaraka has bitten the dust.
Despite all such films biting the dust at the box office, heroes coming from rich-families still want to debut with mass movies, probably with the intent that they will become a mass-star overnight. Otherwise why no lessons are learnt even after hands are burned, is the question.