After the success of Adavari Matalaku Ardhale Verule (AMAV), Telugu actor Venkatesh returns with Thulasi, a film produced by Suresh Productions and directed by Boyapati Srinu.
The star who took a six-month break after Lakshmee before doing AMAV wowed the audience with his good and subtle performance.
The amiable and pleasant actor is happy with Thulasi and it shows when he spoke to Radhika Rajamani about the film.
What made you sign Thulasi?
Lakshmee was a family drama and had a bit of action and sentiment. People liked it. AMAV on the other hand was a love story with scope for a detailed performance.
But Thulasi has a good dose of every thing -- a mature relationship between the hero and heroine, high-voltage action and entertainment. It's a mass and class film. Also, the title Thulasi will generate some curiosity. People are in for a surprise. Even the women can enjoy.
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