The young performer said Heeriye reminded her of the prince-charming she always longed for in life
Sreeleela, whose recent release Skanda opened to a modest response at the ticket window, is busy wrapping her portions for Guntur Kaaram, an entertainer where she shares screen space alongside Mahesh Babu. Meanwhile, two of her films - Aadikeshava and Extra Ordinary Man - are also awaiting release in the coming weeks. She was one of the guests for the pre-release event of Mad today.
The young actress was drooling over Dulquer Salmaan’s charm at the promotional event. In her speech, she said, “My mother asked me to send so much love to Dulquer. Even though this is off-topic, like any other girl, I was always waiting for my prince-charming arrive on a horse for me. When I was watching Heeriye, my mom realised I was zapped. It’s wonderful meeting you.”
The actress told audiences how she accidentally landed at the film’s pre-release event. “When I was shooting for Guntur Kaaram this week and was walking on sets, there was a lot of talk among producers about a film that had reportedly come out well.” When Sreeleela asked the team about it, they had said it was a film with ‘chinna pillalu’ and the actress presumed it was a film featuring children.
“I didn’t know these ‘Chinna pillalu’ were these grown-up actors. Mad looks very entertaining and I’m happy to be a part of the event,” Sreeleela added. She also spoke of her love for comedy films like Jathi Ratnalu, being surprised by director Anudeep’s transformation as an actor.
Narne Nithin, Sangeeth Shobhan, Ram Nithin, Sri Gouri Priya Reddy, Ananathika Sanilkumar, Gopikaa Udyan are the lead actors of the film written and directed by Kalyan Shankar. Haarika Suryadevara and Sai Soujanya have produced it under Sithara Entertainments and Fortune Four Cinemas.