Currently, Sai Pallavi is one of the star heroines in Tollywood. She made a name for herself in the industry by acting in various stories and roles. She recently entertained the film 'Virata Parvam' and is going to come before the audience once again with the latest film 'Gargi'. The movie will hit the theaters on July 15. In this background, Sai Pallavi interacted with the media as part of the movie promotion. Sai Pallavi said that this is the story that moved her heart. Read Also: The Gray Man: Hollywood Avengers directors coming to India for Dhanush - 3Movierulz
"Gargi" is a story that revolves around a father-daughter relationship. A struggle over the legal system is seen. This is a story that moved my mind very much. This movie is directed by Gautham Ramachandran and stars Sai Pallavi in the lead role. The film will be released in Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada languages, while the hero Surya and Jyothika will be presented in Tamil, while Rana will present it in Telugu. Read Also: NTR and Koratala Shiva combination's second movie shooting will start from September - 3Movierulz
I acted in the father-daughter story in the films "Fida, Love Story, and VirataParvam". In those films, my role was with my father. But in 'Gargi' the emotion is different. In this film, I will fight for my father who is far away from me. What to do for this role? How much to do? I did it keeping this in mind. Before the story of 'Gargi', the heroine went to Aishwarya Lakshmi. She liked the story so much that she produced it with her brother, director Gautham. I was happy that she was heroin and gave me this film. I played the role of a teacher in this movie. Talks are going on for my next films in Telugu, Hindi, and Marathi languages,” she said.
What is the difference between the violence shown in the film 'The Kashmir Files and the attacks by the protection forces? It is known that the comments made by Sai Pallavi in a recent interview, saying that we should think about humanity, have caused a stir. She responded to her comments on this occasion... 'It is painful that my words were misunderstood. But I still stand by those words. The nature of my words was then posted in English and the controversy was settled," said Saipalavi.