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Sources in the know say that this film will be directed by actor Rakshitha’s husband Prem and that it will be made on a big budget.

Sai Pallavi made her acting debut with an uncredited role in the 2005 release Kasthuri Maan and was then seen in Dhaam Dhoom again in an uncredited role. However, her biggest break came with the Malayalam film Premam, which shot her to instant fame. Her character Malar in the film catapulted her to the star status following which she started to bag prestigious offers.

The actor is currently expecting the release of the Malayalam film Athiran, in which she shares the screen space with Fahadh Faasil. Directed by debutant Vivek, Athiran’s technical crew includes music director Jayahari for soundtrack and Ghibran to score the background music while Anu Moothedath had cranked the camera and Ayoob Khan is the editor.

It is a psychological thriller with its backdrop being a psychiatric hospital in Ooty. The film is set for release this month.

According to latest reports, Sai Pallavi has bagged a role in a Kannada film and it will mark her debut in Sandalwood. Sources in the know say that this film will be directed by actor Rakshitha’s husband Prem and that it will be made on a big budget. More details about this film will be out soon officially.

Meanwhile, she is busy playing the female lead in NGK, which is being directed by Selvaraghavan. In this movie, Sai Pallavi will be sharing the screen space with Suriya. NGK aka Nanda Gopalan Kumaran, is set for release in May this year.

Actor Sai Pallavi is also rumoured to play the character of Sasikala in the upcoming yet-untitled Jayalalithaa biopic to be directed by AL Vijay in which Kangana Ranaut. It’s worth mentioning that Vijay and Sai Pallavi have worked together in Tamil horror drama Karu, which released earlier this year. 

Sai Pallavi’s last film release in Tamil was the Dhanush starrer Maari 2, which went on to do well at the box office. With films in different languages, she is set to bag some more projects in different south Indian film industries.  

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