Khateja Qureshi | Published On: Oct, 18, 2022 | 08:18 AM
Showcasing her versatility, Keerthy Suresh has essayed many characters in her career, from solo leads to heroines of superstars in the industry. The actress will be seen in yet another unique role this time and it will be for her film upcoming film Dasara with Nani. While the initial poster released by the makers garnered ample curiousity, the recently released look of the Telugu actor, followed by the dance track ‘Dhoom Dhaam Dhosthay’ has been garnering ample of response. Now on the occasion of Keerthy’s birthday, the makers released the first look of the actress from the film as Vennala.
Sharing a special birthday wish for the actress, the production house SLV Cinemas shared a glimpse of Keerthy Suresh from the film saying, “Introducing @KeerthyOfficial as ‘Vennala’ from #Dasara ?????Wishing the super talented and National Award-winning actress a very Happy Birthday ?? Natural Star @NameisNani @odela_srikanth @Music_Santhosh @saregamasouth.” Furthermore, Nani reposted the poster adding, “Vennala is not just a name. It’s an emotion ?? Happy birthday to our chitthu chitthula bomma ??@KeerthyOfficial #Dasara,”
The poster features Keerthy Suresh as a village belle in a yellow saree. Going by her look, it seems that the actress is donning a bridal avatar as she dances wholeheartedly to the music around. The peppiness of her character seems to define her character Vennala.
Speaking of Dasara, the film is a Pan India movie with Nani donning a rugged avatar in the film. Srikanth Odela is debuting as director with the movie being mounted on a large scale by Sudhakar Cherukuri under the banner of Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Cinemas (SLV Cinemas). Samuthirakani, Sai Kumar, and Zarina Wahab also will be seen playing pivotal characters in the film. Music is composed by Santhosh Narayanan with Sathyan Sooryan ISC handling cinematography. Navin Nooli is the editor and Avinash Kolla is the production designer of the film.
Dasara will be released in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi languages on March 30, 2023.