SS Rajamouli and Prashanth Neel have made pan-Indian films. With 'Project K', director Nag Ashwin has resolved to make a pan-world film (in his own words). There is another director who has suggested that he wants to bring out a movie that crosses borders in a true sense.
In his latest interview, the 'Acharya' director reiterated that he admires Swami Vivekananda a lot. "Swami's gospel and teachings reached the nooks and corners of India when there was no mass media. Can there be a bigger larger-than-life character?" the 'Srimanthudu' maker asked.
The Tollywood filmmaker added that, if ever he makes a biopic, it will be Vivekananda's. "The film will be a huge one. I want to make it like our own 'Gandhi' (the 1982 period biographical film based on the life of Mahatma Gandhi, directed by Richard Attenborough). Hollywood made a great film on Mahatma Gandhi. I want to do such a thing," Siva said.
In other words, the 'Bharat Ane Nenu' maker stated that he wants to make a pan-world cinema.