TRENDING: Sai Pallavi To Be Rashmika Mandanna’s Sister-In-Law!

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Sai Pallavi had some of the biggest blockbuster hits initially in her career. Films like Premam, Fidaa and Kali will always be unforgettable films of hers. However, after a while, the actress got to do lesser films and was seen lesser onscreen albeit her fanbase never reduced.

Until now, the character Malar Miss has been unbeatable and the fans really love it. Be it a supporting role or be it a lead, Sai Pallavi is very particular about the meatiness of her role. In a recent, reports are surfacing that Sai Pallavi has chosen a unique role in Allu Arjun starrer Pushpa. 

Although the film’s leading lady is Rashmika Mandanna, it is reported that Sai Pallavi will sport the role of Rashmika’s sister-in-law in the film.

Until now, the character Malar Miss has been unbeatable and the fans really love it. However, here’s something you did not know. Sai Pallavi’s debut film was not Premam but actually a Tamil film much before that. The film Dhoom Dhaam was a romantic drama starring Kangana Ranaut and Jayam Ravi in the lead role and it was helmed by Jeeva. Yes, the young beauty made her acting debut when she was in 6th grade. However, she had an uncomfortable and tough experience on the sets.

However, the actress added that she had a very uncomfortable experience. In a recent interview with the News Minute, Sai Pallavi was quoted saying, “Yes, but I wouldn’t call that my debut. I didn’t know what I was doing! I was only in sixth grade and I went along with my friends because I wanted to cut class. I did that for two days (shooting)…it was quite an experience. I felt really uncomfortable wondering how do people do this in the heat, repeat the same thing over and over again. I saw what they were going through…the costumes, the make-up, the hair. And I thought it must be very tough to be a heroine.”

Well, Sai Pallavi is on top of the ladder today and she is awaiting the release of her next titled Love Story in Telugu also starring Naga Chaitanya, helmed by Suresh Kammula.



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