Pranitha Subhash, who was last seen in Mahesh Babu’s Brahmotsavam (2016), made a stunning appearance in a sari at an event in Hyderabad. The actress wore a pretty sari by Aria paired with an elegant blouse by Ashwini Reddy. Who wouldn’t fall in love with the metal work blouse? She rounded off her look with a bun, an elaborate winged liner and pearl earrings. The eye makeup gave such a perfect blend of drama and subtlety to the whole sari look.
Check out her look here:
The one time I got convinced for such an elaborate winged liner.. such a perfect blend of drama and subtlety ! For an event in hyd #SareeLove Blouse: @ashwinireddyofficial Saree: @label.aria Jewellery: @accessoriesbyanandita Makeup: @emraanartistry Styled by @officialanahita Photo: @i_ak_photographer
On the work front, Pranitha Subhash is all set to return to Tollywood with Hello Guru Prema Kosame starring Ram Pothineni. The film will see her playing a simple Telugu girl.
“It’s a very relatable girl-next-door character; the sort of girl you would run into at a coffee shop or a movie hall,” she reveals. Pranitha says this role will come as a welcome change from the traditional Telugammayi roles that she’s played onscreen so far. “I have always played the homely girl who’s clad in traditional attires which is why I get a lot of saree and jewellery brand endorsements. Even when I meet people, they start talking to me in Telugu, even though I’m a Kannadiga. But my character in Hello Guru Prema Kosame will change that image of mine. You’ll see me as an urban city girl in glamourous clothes. I’ve never played a character like this,” the actress recently said in an interview with Times Of India.
Talking about why it took her such a long time to sign a film, she said, “I’ve always been like this, very slow, I like to work aaramse. Besides my role, what lured me to take up the film is the chance to work with actors like Prakash Raj and Ram. I have already begun shooting for the film and I’m looking forward to coming to Hyderabad next month for shooting the next schedule.”