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Sai Pallavi takes a break from shoot of SK21, drops pictures from Kashmir

The shoot for the film, helmed by Rajkumar Periyasamy is currently underway in the Kashmir

Sai Pallavi takes a break from shoot of SK21, drops pictures from Kashmir
Sai Pallavi in Kashmir

Last Updated: 01.08 PM, Jul 08, 2023


Actor Sivakarthikeyan has taken a break from the shooting schedule of his film, which is tentatively being referred to as SK21, for the promotions of his upcoming film, Maaveeran. On the other hand, it looks like Sai Pallavi, the leading lady of the film, is taking a chill pill in Kashmir during the break from the shoot. The actress, today, posted a series of pictures from the valley.

In the pictures, the actress is seen soaking in the pristine beauty of the lush greenery of the valley. The pictures are now doing the rounds on social media. The shoot for SK21 has kickstarted with the Kashmir schedule, which is expected to last two months.

The film has music by GV Prakash Kumar and is bankrolled by Kamal Haasan's Raaj Kamal Films International (RKFI), along with Sony Pictures International Productions. Interestingly, SK21 is RKFI's 51st film after the blockbuster success of Vikram, which starred Kamal Haasan in the lead along with Vijay Sethupathi and Fahadh Faasil.

Ever since Sivakarthikeyan began shooting for the film, he has been often spotted wearing a cap on public occasions. He had also revealed that he would be off social media for a while. The actor has now got busy with Maaveeran promotions.

Sai Pallavi, on the other hand, was last seen in Gargi, which was directed by Gautham Ramachandran. The actress plays a teacher, whose father is accused of sexually abusing a minor and how Gargi goes great lengths to free her father. The film was applauded by critics and audiences alike.

She also played a crucial role in Virata Parvam, in which she played the lead opposita Rana Daggubati. Her character in the film, was called Vennela, who accidentally spots a bunch of books penned by a naxal-cum-poet Ravanna, and her life takes a drastic turn.

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