None of the Ganesh's recent movies have done good business at the Box Office. Especially, his Munjane, which was released last month, has made a blink-and-miss appearance from theatres. While the director of the film S Narayan pointed his finger at the Golden Star's unavailability to promote the film, the actor, who was maintaining dignified silence, has finally opened up by saying that he is not ready to take the blame.
Speaking to a leading daily, Ganesh said that S Narayan had narrated an interesting story before Munjane took off, but it was different when it was brought on-screen. During the making, the Golden Star felt that the story lacks something, which for the actor, is the main reason behind the failure and he even went on to say this to the director during the shooting stage. However, the latter did not take measures to correct it. Finally, actors are blamed when a film fails, says the disappointed Mungaaru Male star.
In less than six months, Ganesh was seen in S Narayan's two back-to-back films. While Shyloo did decent business at the Box Office, the recently released, Munjane disappeared from screens in just a week after its release. This made S Narayan to announce his retirement from direction and blaming the actor for the failure.