Nara Rohit’s latest movie ‘Savitri’ had hit the screens on April 1 and he watched the film amidst his fans and some of his film crew in a multiplex in Vijayawada. After watching the overwhelming response to the movie, Rohit spoke to the media, outside the theatre. With a lots of happiness in his face, he thanked the audiences for making his film a big hit. To a question posed by a journo, whether he is ready to share the screen with his uncle Balakrishna, Rohit says, ‘He is ready to play with Balakrishna, provided some writer/director come forward with a suitable story.’ To another question whether he will join active politics, he says, ‘No. I don’t want to involve in the active politics but will remain faithful to Telugu Desam as a primary member of the party. I will remain a loyal TD party activist.’ He appealed to the people not to encourage piracy and watch the film only in theatres. It is worth mentioning here that there was a gossip that Nara Rohit is going to play a role in the prestigious 100th film of Balakrishna to be directed by Krishnavamsi. However, the project was set aside as Balayya liked the story by Krish, a national award winning director, for his 100th film.