Mumbai (Maharashtra): Puri Jagannadh is one of the successful directors of South Industry. But his recent failure at the box office, League, starring Vijay Deverakanda and Ananya Pandey left many of his fans behind. The loss was so great that it led to a strong reaction from the distributors and a strike to compensate for the loss. The matter became so serious that Puri Jagannadh also confessed that he received death threats. Now the filmmaker has come up with a letter for his fans in which he has said that he sees success and failure not in front but through experience.
He wrote, “If it is success, money will come. If it is failure, much knowledge will come. Therefore, we always gain mentally and financially… There is nothing in this world that we can lose.” . Therefore, we should not see everything as a failure. If bad happens, the bad people around us will disappear. Once we look back, we realize who lives there. Isn’t that good? “
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“(People) will praise you, accuse you, put you behind bars, bail you out, applaud you and curse you. So, if these things don’t happen in your life, make sure they happen. Otherwise, there is a risk of not being a hero. That’s why we should live like heroes. If we want to live, we must be honest. There is no need to call yourself an honest person. There is no need to save the truth. Right will protect the truth. Truth always defends itself,” he added.
He has further cleared the air of rumors that he cheated the distributors of their money after facing losses. He wrote, “If we act without betraying others, no one will do anything.” If I betrayed anyone, it was the audience who believed in me and bought the cinema tickets. I have not cheated on anyone. Actually, I am responsible for my audience. I will make films and entertain them. Talking about money? Name at least one person who took at least one rupee when he died. Then I will also save (money). In the end, we all meet at the cemetery and everything that happens in between is all drama.