Premam Fame Sai Pallavi Says ‘I learnt that confidence was the real beauty’, Opens up about her Acne

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Sai Pallavi has created a sensation in Mollywood with her stellar performance in the film Premam. Soon, the actress acquired several chances to feature in different films. As of now, Sai Pallavi is ruling the South Indian film industry with her outstanding acting and dancing skills. One thing that left everyone astonished is that in every film, the actress appears with no make-up.

Sai Pallavi is currently waiting for her upcoming film NGK featuring Suriya. With her role as Malar in the film Premam, the actress made everyone fall for her acting and amazing expressions. Every time, the actress acts in the films sans make-up flaunting her acne on the face. In recent times, the actress revealed some interesting things about her films and beauty.

The actress said, ‘When people accepted me for who I was, a girl with acne (rosacea), I learned that confidence was the real beauty.’ She even said, ‘All my friends are Tamil, and they wouldn’t have watched [Premam] even if I forced them to. So, if the film didn’t do well, nobody would have known.’

The actress didn’t even expect that the film Premam would be a massive hit in the industry. In the film Maari 2, the actress danced with Dhanush for the popular song ‘Rowdy Baby’. In the song, the actress had awe-struck everyone with her spectacular dancing skills.

Currently, Sai Pallavi is eagerly waiting for her next film NGK. It’s the first time for the actress to share the screen space with Suriya in this film. All the fans and followers are highly anticipating watching the upcoming film. Sivakumar Vijayan has done the camera works while Dream Warrior Pictures is the production house for the film NGK. The filmmakers have scheduled to release the film NGK on 31st May 2019 i.e., on Friday.

Besides NGK film, the actress might soon act alongside Mahesh Babu in Anil Ravipudi’s movie. All those who are eagerly waiting for the film can watch it across different theatres.

Published by Neetu Panwar on 28 May 2019

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