Telugu cinema’s leading star Vijay Devarakonda made his Tamil debut NOTA but the dubbed version only received mixed reviews in Tollywood. Haters of Vijay are celebrating the failure of the film and the actor has now issued a detailed statement on why he chose NOTA and also added that he doesn’t care about failures which is nothing but an opportunity to learn and improve.
“To everyone who goes to the cinema for me And to all who hope others fail and celebrate it. I will not make excuses, I take responsibility, I am proud of NOTA. It's a story I wanted to tell, a character explored and a performance delivered. Tamil Nadu, the national media and all the audience who loved it here, your love has been received. All the disappointment and criticism is taken seriously, it will be studied, the miscalculation on my side corrected, decisions evaluated and work put in but the attitude will not change. A success or failure isn't what makes or breaks a Rowdy. The day you stop, give in, give up, that's when you stop being one. And being Rowdy isn't about just winning, it's fighting for that win, it's an attitude that burns inside us, so be proud rowdies, keep fighting. Gelusthe Gelustamm Leda Nerchukuntamm (If it’s victory, will call it a victory or else will learn). For those who are celebrating this, ippude pandaga cheskondi (celebrate now itself). I will be back. Rowdy for life!”, said Vijay Devarakonda in his own style.