It is not unusual for young Telugu actors to draw inspiration from stars who have made it big. Often new actors take a leaf out of the life of successful senior in the industry. Power star Pawan Kalyan and Superstar Mahesh Babu have been a source of inspiration for several new breed of actors. Not just fans even artistes look up to these actor as role models. Now, it looks like latest

Tollywood sensation Vijay Deverakonda is walking in the footsteps of Mahesh and Pawan. How else would you explain Vijay's Kollywood debut with just a few films to his credit? Deverakonda made his debut in Kollywood with NOTA which failed miserably at the box office. Now, what went wrong? Well, for starters the controversy surrounding the film and two, the content. What suits the taste of a particular region need not appeal to everyone else. So, that was a miscalculation. Moreover,it has always happened in the past too that when an actor attempts to make his film bilingual or trilingual, it also hits the original movie hard. Same seems to have happened to NOTA too.

Other examples include Pawan Kalyan's Komaram Puli(SJ Suryah), Panjaa (Vishnu Vardhan), Mahesh Babu's Spyder (AR Murugadoss), now, Deverakonda has joined the list of debacles with NOTA.Vijay Deverakonda was climbing the ladder of success in Tollywood with back to back hits—Pelli Choopulu, Arjun Reddy and

Geetha Govindam all of which were smash hits. He was hoping to continue his winning streak but NOTA was a shocker to the actor himself who had pinned huge hopes on the movie which became a disaster at the box office.But Deverakonda has moved on and even penned an open letter to his fans on Twitter. Have a look...

So, Vijay Deverakonda has moved on and on the career front, some amazing films have been lined up for Vijay Deverakonda in his kitty. On the other hand, Vijay Deverakonda's Taxiwala was supposed to release next. However, rumors mills have it that Taxiwala may not get released on the promised date. It would take some time for the film to open in theatres.

Also Read:When We Don’t Win, We Learn: Vijay Deverakonda On NOTA Failure