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Naresh happy with career graph

Jan 24 2013, 2:48am CST | by

Chennai, Jan 24 (IANS) Telugu actor 'Allari' Naresh, who is happy with the way his career is shaping up, says success and failure are part and parcel of life and, therefore, need to treated on par.

Chennai, Jan 24 — Telugu actor 'Allari' Naresh, who is happy with the way his career is shaping up, says success and failure are part and parcel of life and, therefore, need to treated on par. "I am...

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Naresh happy with career graph

Jan 24 2013, 2:48am CST | by

Chennai, Jan 24 (IANS) Telugu actor 'Allari' Naresh, who is happy with the way his career is shaping up, says success and failure are part and parcel of life and, therefore, need to treated on par.

Chennai, Jan 24 — Telugu actor 'Allari' Naresh, who is happy with the way his career is shaping up, says success and failure are part and parcel of life and, therefore, need to treated on par.

"I am happy with the way my career is progressing. As far as my films are concerned, I only look forward to entertain audience and the output doesn't affect me as I sincerely believe success and failure need to be treated equally," Naresh told IANS.

"Since I work in every film with the same kind of enthusiasm, I leave the audience to be my judge. If they like it, then it is bound to do well. If they hate it, then we know the result," he added.

In 2012, Naresh starred in three Telugu films -- "Sudigadu", "Nuvva Nena" and "Yamudiki Mogudu". While the first film was a blockbuster, the latter two bombed at the box-office.

"I don't get bogged down by a flop because I only take it as an experience and ensure never to repeat it," said Naresh.

The 29-year-old has two Telugu films in the pipeline -- "Kevvu Kekka" and "Action". He is busy shooting for both the films at present.

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