Anasuya to try comedy genre for the first time; To star in a dark comedy titled Sachindi Ra Gorre

Directed by Sridhar Reddy, a debutante, 'Sachindi Ra Gorre' will feature many other popular actors.

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Anasuya to try comedy genre for the first time; To star in a dark comedy titled Sachindi Ra Gorre

Popular television host and actress Anasuya Bharadwaj has tried her hands at different types of roles in her career so far which include an intense film like Kshanam. Anasuya has also done a special song too in the film Winner which starred Sai Dharam Tej in the lead role. Now, the actress is all set to test her skills in the comedy genre in a dark comedy film titled Sachindi Ra Gorre. Directed by Sridhar Reddy, a debutante, Sachindi Ra Gorre will feature many other popular actors which includes Srinivas Reddy, Tillu Venu, Zabardast Rakesh, Shakalaka Shankar, Siva Reddy, Ravi Babu, Tagubotu Ramesh, Mangli, Chitram Seenu and Kota Sankar Rao among others.

Talking about the film, Anasuya says, “It’s an intriguing movie that is entirely content driven. You can’t label any particular character as the hero or heroine. I am trying my hand at comedy for the first time. It’s a very challenging role with multiple shades.” Sachindi Ra Gorre is being jointly produced by N M Pasha, Deepak Mukut and Associate Producer Aparna Kitey under Soham Rockstar Entertainment and Entertainment Studio.

Speaking further about her role and the rest of the cast, Anasuya adds, “I’m a team player and I like bouncing ideas off a team that’s on the same page, trying to make some cinematic magic. Whether I’m part of an amazing ensemble cast or playing a solo lead or the antagonist or whatever, I love being part of great stories, I will not deprive myself of the chance to be part of a good film because of insecurities’ she says adding ‘What’s most interesting about Sachindi Ra Gorre is that it will have an Oggu Katha (traditional folklore of Telengana) style of narration. Though I’m from Telengana, I never got to properly experience our ethnic folklore. In that sense, this film is a sort of eye-opener for me.”

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