Satyadev is a well-known Tollywood actor who has appeared in films such as Jyothi Lakshmi, Kshanam, Mana Oori Ramayanam, Bluff Master, Brochevarevarura, and Uma Maheswara Ugra Roopasya, among others. Satyadev, a computer engineer by profession, quit his work to pursue his dream of performing in movies.
He began with little roles and gradually rose through the ranks of success, earning a reputation for himself in the Telugu film industry. He will make his promising Bollywood debut in Abhishek Sharma’s Ram Setu, opposite Akshay Kumar, Jacqueline Fernandez, and Nushrratt Bharuccha.
The actor is ecstatic to be a part of this film because breaking into Bollywood has always been a dream of his. He was always itching to work in Malayalam, Telugu, Hindi, and Kannada and achieve stardom there as well. He wants to be recognised all across India and says that every actor wants to be recognised all over India.
Satyadev told IANS, “It came out of nowhere. I had not even put my profile up there, and it landed in my lap. It’s a very good role. Few things happen and we don’t even realise that it’s happening and that is how my Bollywood debut happened. I would say this is the best Bollywood debut in terms of where I am placed. I see this as the best opportunity to explore Hindi cinema.”
Satyadev further added, “It was always part of the plan. I really wanted to explore Hindi cinema and, in fact, all languages. That is how I look at things and Hindi was definitely on my plate. To be honest, I personally feel that things happen to you because you have a thought somewhere lingering around to get them. My predominant thought was always exploring bigger markets, different films in Malayalam, Telugu, Hindi, and Kannada. Hindi was always there in my mind.”
The actor says he wants his work to get recognition. “Any actor you ask, they would love to be part of films that entire India would watch, be it Telugu film or any film. You want people to watch your work. As an actor, you want people to recognise the work you are doing. It gives you the satisfaction that ‘my film is being watched by so many people’. I would not call my work to be pan-Indian but would rather want the entire world to watch it,” he adds.