The south actress was recently in the news for her statement on Kashmiri Pandits and mob lynching. Sai Pallavi is a well-known actress from South India and she is constantly in the limelight for her movies. But this time, she is in limelight because of her personal life. Today, the actress is busy promoting her film ‘Virat Parvam’ with Rana Daggubati. The actress doesn’t talk much about her personal life, but she recently opened up about her love life and shared a funny anecdote with everyone.
To promote the film, the actress took to Netflix’s popular chat show My Village Show. There is a scene in ‘Virat Parvam’ where Sai Pallavi puts her life in danger and writes a letter to Rana Daggubati. Sai Pallavi was asked about this scene when he himself was writing this letter? Sai replied: In the film, I write letters as directed by the director. Although in real life I only write a letter once. As a child, I corresponded with a boy. That time I was in class 7. My parents caught me and beat me.
When his co-star Rana Daggubati asked the same question, the actor said he had written a letter to his filmmaker grandfather Daggubati Ramanaidu. Rana said, ‘Yes when I was a child I wrote a letter to my grandfather in Karamched, it was just a letter. After that, I didn’t write anymore. We tell you that Sai Pallavi and Rana Daggabati starrer Virat Parvam were released in cinemas on 17th June. However, the film did not get a good response at the box office. Now this movie has been released on the OTT platform Netflix. Sai has been busy promoting the film even after its release. This Telugu movie is produced by Venu Udugula. Starring Priyamani, Nandita Das, Naveen Chandra, Zarina Wahab, Ishwari Rao, and Sai Chand.
On the other hand, talking about Sai’s work, she is seen in the movie Gargi. It will be released on July 15. She will play the role of a teacher in this movie.
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