Nani says he has warmed up to the tag of ”natural star” given to him by fans as he believes his ”relatability” with the audience is his USP as an artist. The 39-year-old actor is busy promoting his first pan-India movie “Dasara”, but he has been hugely popular with the viewers in the Hindi-speaking belt for his work in movies such as “Eega”, “Jersey” and ”Shyam Singha Roy”. ”(It’s) a tag given by the audience and they lovingly call me that, even though I am not in full favour of it. I’m kind of used to it now and I like it because it is coming from a space of love, and it is not just some tag that you put on yourself,” Nani said. ”My USP as an actor is the relatability… that I look like a person who they know in their life, he could be someone in their family or is a friend, and doesn’t look from screen or somebody from another world. I also look like one of them and that is my USP.” ”Dasara”, directed by debutant Srikanth Odela, is set in a village situated in Singareni Coal Mines in Peddapalli district of Telangana. The film will release on March 30 in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi. Nani said Dharani, his character in the movie, is a common man who rises up to the occasion. Nani said not all his upcoming movies will be a pan-India release and added that for him the idea of choosing films has also not changed. “I will keep choosing what excites and connects with me. I will only bring the film (here), which I feel will …not every film will be in all languages. With ‘Dasara’, I felt this emotion is universal, it is not about Telugu (people). I believe that everyone, and all the Hindi audience will love the film. So, I am coming here and promoting it. But it won’t change my idea of picking scripts,” he added. “Dasara” also features Keerthy Suresh, Samuthirakani, Sai Kumar and Zarina Wahab. It is produced by Sudhakar Cherukuri via his banner Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Cinemas.