Sai Pallavi's next outing as an actor will be Gargi which will be released in Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada. The film is set for a theatrical release on July 15 and the promotional activities are happening in full swing. The pre-release / press meet event for the Tamil version of Gargi took place in Chennai earlier this morning (July 7). During the event, actress Aishwarya Lekshmi broke down into tears while talking on stage and the visuals of her crying have made the fans emotional on social media. Worry not! The tears were for a happy reason.
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Aishwarya Lekshmi, who is known for acting in films like Jagame Thandhiram, has turned a producer for Gargi and she is one of the producers of the film. An emotional Aishwarya Lekshmi began her speech by saying, "It is an emotional day for me. So, Gargi is a journey of more than 3 years. I am pretty sure I am gonna cry". Tears automatically started to flow down her eyes and Sai Pallavi instantly came over and comforted Aishwarya. Talking for her, Sai Pallavi said, "Aishu (Aishwarya Lekshmi) has travelled with this film for the last 3 years, since the scripting stages and at a time when he (director Gautham Ramachandran) needed monetary and emotional support, she has been there for him and so it is an emotional day for her".
Gautham Ramachandran, for his part, also expressed his heartfelt thanks to Aishwarya for her support. He said, "The first person who came forward to support me was Aishwarya. She had done just three films at that time, but she gave all of her savings to me and asked me to do the film". Suriya and Jyotika will be presenting the film across Tamil Nadu and their presence is sure to make the film reach a wider range of audiences. Gargi is directed by Gautham Ramachandran who had earlier made Richie starring Nivin Pauly.
18/12/2021 07:00 PM