Director Harish Shankar Livid With Chota K Naidu; ‘Says Any Time, Any platform… I Am Waiting’

Telugu film director Harish Shankar is unhappy over remarks made by cameraman Chota K Naidu against him. Recently, in an interview, Chota took a dig at Harish saying that the director was too involved in his camera department work during the shoot of Ramayya Vastavayya (2013), starring Jr NTR.
(L) Chota K Naidu; (R) Harish Shankar

(L) Chota K Naidu; (R) Harish Shankar

Director Harish Shankar is known for his outspoken nature. He's a filmmaker who doesn't mince words when it comes to expressing opinions. The director on Saturday expressed his disappointment over the remarks made by cameraman Chota K Naidu.
The cameraman, recently, in an interview, took a dig at Harish saying that the director was too involved in his camera department work during the shoot of Ramayya Vastavayya (2013), starring Jr NTR. Chota K Naidu further added that the director interfered in his work despite his efforts to convince him not to do so.

Director Harish Shankar's Response

Chota K Naidu's remarks did not go down well with director Harish Shankar. The latter had issued a press release (in Telugu) stating that he stayed silent over the years despite the cameraman making such claims even in his earlier interviews.
Harish explained that he had never spoken negatively about the cinematographer in any of his earlier interviews, despite discussions of replacing him during the film's production. He added that he had remained silent because of the respect and the things he had learnt from him.
On a concluding note, the Gabbar Singh director also requested Chota to end the matter here for now, failing which he was ready to take him on.

Will Chota K Naidu Retort?

It remains to be seen how the situation unfolds! Will Chota K Naidu counter Harish Shankar's comments? Films are a collaborative effort. It is always unhealthy to see two top technicians taking a dig at each other in public over matters related to film production. And the incident yet again turns the spotlight on contrasting perceptions over creative matters in the film industry.
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