Tollywood calling for Shraddha Srinath

The U Turn actress will play a Bharatanatyam dancer in the film to be directed by Ravikanth Perepu

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Tollywood calling for Shraddha Srinath

Shraddha Srinath

Kannada actress Shraddha Srinath, well known for her performance in Kannada super hit U-Turn, is making the right kind of moves in her career. After getting to do a cameo in Mani Ratnam’s Kaatru Veliyidai, Shraddha is now going to make an entrance in Telugu film industry.

Reports are doing rounds that Shraddha Srinath has been roped in by Ravikanth Perepu, who shot to fame with Kshanam, for an untitled film which will have Siddhu Jonnalagadda playing the lead role.

This untitled film will see Shraddha play the role of a Bharatanatyam dancer. Speaking to leading daily about this, Shraddha Srinath said, “It’s the script that got me excited. It’s a two-heroine, coming of age romantic comedy where I play a Bharatanatyam dancer. I will start shooting from for this film from May 9.

Speaking about her preparation for the role, Shraddha said, “I was trained for a year when I was eight years old. Due to my army upbringing, we had to move to a lot and I had to discontinue my training. I can’t say I was really trained but I did get some formal training. I will have to brush up the basics before I start shooting.”

Tollywood calling for Shraddha Srinath
Shraddha Srinath in U Turn

Shraddha Srinath appeared in a cameo in Mani Ratnam’s Kaatru Veliyidai/Cheliyaa as Karthi’s girlfriend in the initial part of the film. Shraddha was commended for her performance in Kannada hits U-Turn and Urvi.

Shraddha made her debut in acting in Malayalam film Kohinoor which released in 2015. Before getting into films, Shraddha worked with numerous corporate companies as legal advisor. While working in corporates, Shraddha acted in plays and appeared in numerous advertisements which helped her get a role in U-Turn.

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