Telugu actor Meka Srikanth, known for movies like "Aame", "Khadgam" and "Sri Ramarajyam", says all his films should stand for wholesome entertainment.
"I've strived my entire career to give the audiences unadulterated entertainment. People spend money and time to be entertained and, therefore, we actors should do films that promise wholesome entertainment," Srikanth told IANS.
The 44-year-old is awaiting the release of his upcoming Telugu film titled "Lucky", releasing Thursday.
"My new film is a family entertainer. I'm always part of films that appeal to all types of the audience. Never have I been in films that have offended the audience," he added.
"Lucky", directed by Hari, also features Srikanth, Meghana, Jayasudha and Roja in key roles.
It is produced by Srinivasa Reddy, associated with blockbusters such as "Jagadeku Veerudu" and "Aaro Pranam".