After making a splash in Tollywood with the Ram-starrer Nenu Sailaja, Keerthy Suresh has struck big in the industry. Having teamed up with leading heroes such as Vijay, Suriya and Pawan Kalyan (with whom she recently shot), the Remo actor is on a roll and is currently the toast of the town.
She has pinned high hopes on the Pawan Kalyan starrer Agnyathaavasi in which she will be dubbing in her own voice for the first time. Keerthy took to Twitter to share the news. On Monday, she wrote: "Dubbing for the first time in Telugu and have successfully completed. Now I feel complete."
With a bevy of projects in her kitty, Keerthy is undoubtedly one of the busiest heroines in tinsel town. On the career front, she is also part of Savitri biopic Mahanati, in which she plays the main role. She has already started shooting for the project, which is directed by Nag Ashwin. She was rumoured to gain weight for her role in the biopic, but it was clarified by the makers that they will use prosthetic to make her look heavy to play Savitri during her prime.
With multiple projects in her kitty, Keerthy is, undeniably, the most sought after woman actor in the Tamil and Telugu industries. In Tamil, she has Vikramâ€™s Saamy 2 in her kitty. While Trisha from the first part of Saamy was also originally signed, Keerthy is said to be playing the main lead. Trisha, according to reliable sources, was upset with the fact that Keerthy has more prominence and therefore chose to walk out.
Keerthy is also said to have hiked her remuneration following the bevy of projects she has signed. It is believed that she is the front-runner for A.R Murugadossâ€™s next project with Vijay, which will mark their third collaboration after Thuppakki and Kaththi.