MCA fame Sai Pallavi will be seen in the upcoming Tamil anthology film Paava Kadhaigal, which is going to be released on OTT Platform Netflix. On December 3, the makers of Paava Kadhaigal released the trailer that gives a glimpse of all four short films that will be a part of the anthology.
Sai Pallavi is essaying the role of a pregnant woman whereas Prakash Raj is essaying a father, directed by Vetrimaaran.
Recently, during an interview, Sai Pallavi opened up about rejecting fairness cream advertisement worth Rs 2 crore. The actress also spoke about her rejecting Rs 2 crore fairness cream advertisement. In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, the Fidaa actress said, “Money hasn’t been something that I am drawn to. It’s a personal choice. But, when you see a large number of people being affected by the choices that you make, then I have to take a stand. I have always seen friends and families who have been made to feel less because of their skin colours or those beauty standards that we have created in our society.”
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Discovered during her stint on a dance show, Pallavi was offered her first proper acting role while she was a student. Consequently, she essayed the role of a college professor in the blockbuster Malayalam film Premam and garnered instant popularity.
Known for rejecting the “conventional heroine” roles and accepting strong author-backed roles, Sai Pallavi has a host of hit Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam films to her credit. Some of her most notable films are Athiran, Fidaa, Kali, Premam, and Padi Padi Leche Manasu.
Sai Pallavi also spoke about on how she was intimidated by Prakash Raj on the sets of the film., “Because he already had that aura of the dad…he walked into the set as the dad and I introduced myself and said him hi, hello…he was already strict and staring at me…he was already in the character. It started right there.”
During the interview, the Malayalam-Tamil actress also revealed that she wasn’t prepared for her role in the film. She was only told that it would be for 30 minutes and had no dialogues beforehand. “I’m someone who likes to be prepared before going to sets, so I got very uncomfortable when I got it. But when I went, I felt glad because it gave me a very different perspective. I was aware of the whole script but what was going to happen in a particular scene, happened right there. I was in the moment and didn’t have anything practised already.”