'Pushpaka Vimanam', starring Anand Deverakonda as the male lead, will be released in theatres on November 12. Ahead of its release, Anand and his elder brother, Vijay Deverakonda, have done a casual, fun-filled interview of each other. The freewheeling talk saw the brothers share a lot of exciting details of their personal lives, childhood, and the film.
The Deverakonda brothers were put in a hostel even as primary school-goers. Anand was smart at studies, while Vijay was very good but not as big a high-scorer as his younger brother. Anand used to be a silent kid, while Vijay was a bit rough, maintaining a gang of friends. Vijay would fight with whoever teased his brother. So much so, even the school headmaster would be a bit wary of provoking him.
Since Anand is the younger brother, he would be pampered as a child. Even Vijay's toys would go to him. If Anand was caught out in cricket, he would get another life, while Vijay would have no such privilege. The 'Liger' actor, at times, would feel upset. With time, the 'Middle Class Melodies' actor's interest in cricket grew, and concurrently, his interest in studies declined.
Vijay, in his early 20s, used to teach spoken English to aspirants at an Institute run by his parents when the faculty was not available.
When Vijay was in trials for acting opportunities, Anand completed his Engineering and joined Amazon as an intern. So, he was an early starter in earning money. He would help the family financially. Later, Anand went on to work for Deloitte in the US. Thanks to his earning, Vijay and his parents could life a normal life in Hyderabad. The brothers joked that Vijay had many girlfriends before he entered the film industry.
The trailer for 'Pushpaka Vimanam' will be released on October 30.