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Regina Cassandra believes the lines between regional and mainstream cinema are blurring; read what she has to say here

Already having worked in many of the Indian film industries, the actor was most recently seen in the song Saana Kastham from Acharya

  • Akshay Krishna

Last Updated: 07.39 AM, May 03, 2022

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Regina Cassandra believes the lines between regional and mainstream cinema are blurring; read what she has to say here

There has been a lot of talk about the different film industries in the county recently and the success of South Indian films in Hindi speaking belts. The latest actor to talk about this is Regina Cassandra. 

Talking to IANS, Regina said, "It is an exciting time to be an actor! I feel the primary reason behind the lines between regional and mainstream cinema blurring is that the audience has become more receptive."

Having worked in a number of India’s film industries, the actor is now seeing the integration of these industries happen in front of her eyes. The actor said that the audiences are eager to watch fresh content, new actors and storylines. She added that she has been a part of multiple industries for a while now and watching the integration is “amazing”. 

The recent success of movies such as Rajamouli’s RRR, Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise and Yash’s KGF: Chapter 2 in the Hindi belts have opened this conversation to the country. A number of stars have talked about this including Ram Gopal Varma, Sonu Sood and Siddharth. 

Regina, who made her acting debut with the Tamil movie Kanda Naal Mudhal, has also featured in multiple Kannada and Telugu movies as well. The actor also made her Hindi debut with Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga with a special appearance in the movie. 

The actor was also last seen in the Hindi biographical series, Rocket Boys streaming on Sony LIV. She also features in a special appearance in the song Saana Kastham in Chiranjeevi’s Telugu movie Acharya, available in theatres. 

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