Ghattamaneni Mahesh Babu (born 9 August 1975) is an Indian actor, producer, media personality, and philanthropist who functions largely in Telugu cinema. He has worked in 25 films and achieved many honors comprising, eight Nandi Awards, five Filmfare South Awards, four South Indian International Movie Awards, three CineMAA Awards, and one IIFA Utsavam Award. He also possesses the production house by his name, G. Mahesh Babu Entertainment.
“I’m very thankful to all my fans for their constant love and support. I am what I am because of their unconditional love.”
Fans shower endless love, affection, and support. People become successful in life just because of these fans. If a fan doesn’t watch films of an actor then he will die. Fans and Stars are interdependent and can also be referred to as inversely proportional to each other.
“In fitness, there are no shortcuts. It involves immense discipline and hard work.”
If you want to attain something in life then you need to sacrifice various things. Becoming fit and healthy is everyone’s desire but we are expected to constrain our other desires. Discipline is following the routine and hard work when comes together then it becomes easy to achieve desired results. We must ignite that passion and work to reach somewhere.
“In modern life, we tend to forget family values because of the hectic schedule.”
We are running behind a mirage and want to attain the trending things. These days people feel ashamed of their civilization and cultural values. They want to acquire western culture. People don’t know about our traditions and they never fully attain foreign ethics. They just cling eternally and reach nowhere.
“Everyone should change; otherwise, you can’t grow as a person in life.”
Change is the only permanent thing in life and so we must not complain about the changed version of our friends and relatives. If they change, we get disturbed and when we try to find out the solution from that phase, we get evolved.
“The only thing I have learned over the years is that if you enjoy your work and put in the best efforts, it will show. If you follow this process, things work out. But if you go chasing a formula, success will elude you.”
Success is not like Math. You can’t apply just a single formula and solve the equation. You will have to experiment with the question and try various ways of unraveling the mystery. You will have to put values of hard work, passion into that question and then you will get the answer in the form of success.
“Over the years, with all the experience, I’ve become more mature about the subjects I pick. I have a better understanding of what works at the box office. Once the story is finalized, I surrender to the director and follow him. After that, my performances speak for themselves.”
Experience is the key to victory. Films are somewhat technical when it comes to box-office. After working for so many years, we understand the permutations and combinations of earnings. Listening to the direction and performing accordingly makes us more mature. We don’t need to speak in front of a camera during interviews. Our performance expresses everything.