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Sunainaa is a popular actress who has been a part of many hit films. The next big film of the actress is a female-centric revenge story titled Regina. The thriller film is set to release in theatres on June 23. The makers of the film have revealed an interesting incident that happened during the filming of the movie. The photos that have been revealed shows the actress carrying a huge bag on her shoulder. Reports state that the team had to shoot some intense scenes in the hilly regions of Thodapuzha in Kerala and the crew had to walk for miles to reach the shooting spot where transportation was difficult. It's reported that the actress carried her own belongings the whole trip with the crew.
Celebrities and actors are known for their luxurious and lavish lifestyle, where they would have people to help them with carrying their belongings from place to place. This photo of actress Sunainaa breaks such stereotypes or myth as it shows the popular actress carrying a huge bag on her shoulders for miles during the shooting of the film Regina. The actress is also starring in a bold role in the film that is directed by debut filmmaker Domin Dsilva.
The trailer of Regina was released by director Venkat Prabhu in a grand event and it features Meyaadha Maan fame Vivek Prasanna with Nivas Asthitan, Rithy Mathra, Ananth Nag, Stunt master Dhina, Gajaraj and others in important roles other then Sunainaa. The film also has music and background score by Sathish Nair. The Tamil language film is also set to release in Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam. It is produced by Sathish Nair under the banner of Shakthi Film Factory. Now, all eyes are set on the release of the intense revenge thriller film this Friday in theatres.