Actor Shaam Ibrahim says the success of Telugu Race Gurram has resurrected his career, but he is no hurry to sign movies.
A still from the film Race Gurram.
He desperately needed a hit after back-to-back flops like Oosaravelli, Kshetrama and 6 Candles.
"Post Race Gurram success, I have multiple offers to choose from. I've got offers to play lead roles in Telugu films as well. I feel my career has been resurrected," Shaam told IANS.
Race Gurrama, also starrring Allu Arjun and Shruti Haasan, has turned out to be the second hit of this summer after Legend.
"If I have to continue my winning streak, I need to choose scripts that I think will work. I can't go on signing films because my last film was successful. I can't take hasty decisions at this point in my career," said Shaam.
He credits director Surendar Reddy for Race Gurram success.
"My relationship with Surendar has come a long way since Kick. Every role that he has written for me so far has only earned me recognition and accolades. He knows exactly what kind of role suits me," he said.