Kalaya Tasmai Namaha: Darshan tells his ‘dear ones’ who cannot digest his success!

In his post, addressing his 'dear ones', Darshan wrote: "Do whatever you want, I will not get angry, sad or hurt!"

BySouth First Desk

Published Jan 10, 2024 | 11:11 AMUpdatedJan 10, 2024 | 11:19 AM

Darshan dear ones Kaatera success

Kannada actor Darshan is basking in the success of his latest film Kaatera, which has been running to packed houses since its release.

The makers claimed that the Kannada film made it to the ₹100-crore club.

Challenging Star Darshan, the son of noted senior Kannada actor late Thoogudeepa Srinivas, is a force to reckon with in the Kannada film industry. Started as a light boy, his journey to attaining stardom is itself an inspiring tale. Thus, he earned the tag of ‘Challenging Star’ from his diehard fans.

Darshan, who has seen the ups and downs in the industry as an actor, is in the news for all the wrong reasons. Despite his latest flick ‘Kaatera’ doing wonders at the box office, he is back in the limelight for a different reason.

The Bengaluru police have reportedly issued a notice to him along with Kannada actors Dhananjaya and Abhishek Ambareesh and producer Rockline Venkatesh for late-night partying. An FIR has been lodged against the pub owner.

It is learnt that Darshan and others were seen celebrating the success of Kaatera at a popular pub in Bengaluru.

The actor, who was last seen in Dubai for the special screening of ‘Kaatera’, has put out a cryptic message on the social media platform, which led to speculation as to whom the star actor addressed it.

In his post, addressing all his ‘dear ones’ who cannot digest his prosperity, Darshan said he has only one message to them — “Do whatever you want, I will not get angry, sad or hurt!”

He ended the post with a popular Sanskrit phrase, “Kalaya Tasmai Namaha” which roughly translates to “Everything is enslaved by time; everything changes with time; nothing is eternal”.

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