I’m getting work in Telugu cinema because of  ‘Dia’: Actor Dheekshith Shetty- The New Indian Express

By | June 10, 2021

By Express News Service

Dheekshith Shetty, who found fame with his debut role in KS Ashoka’s Dia, finds that it has helped make his mark in Tollywood.

The actor, who has made his debut with his first Telugu film The Rose Villa, which is yet to see its release, has completed shooting for his second project as well.

Titled Mugguru Monagallu, the comedy suspense thriller, directed by Abhilash Reddy and produced by Achut Ramarao, will see a bilingual release. The film will be dubbed and released as Aani Muthugalu in Kannada.

The makers, who have revealed the film’s first look, will follow it with a trailer release today. “My second Telugu film is made under the same production house, Chitra Mandir Studios, with whom I worked on for The Rose Villa. We completed shooting for Mugguru Monagallu in the last half of 2020, and it is now in the post-production stage. The makers are in talks with a certain OTT platform for the release of these two films. However, there are possibilities of releasing Mugguru Mongallu on the big screen, provided the situation improves in Hyderabad and theatres are allowed to reopen,” he says.

Dheekshith, who rose to popularity with TV serial Nagini, gives all credit to his first silver screen debut, Dia.”Whatever work I am getting in Telugu now is because of Dia. Good feedback about the film helped it reach a wide audience in different languages,” he believes.

Dheekshith , who now wants to go with the flow, is fine with his films releasing on any platform- “Dia saw success in both theatres and on OTT platforms. As an artiste I want people to watch the film and for it to have a good reach. However, as a viewer who has watched films in theatre since childhood, I wish to see myself on the big screen. But the pandemic has changed the entire entertainment scenario,” he says. Apart from these two Telugu films, Dheekshith also has two Kannada projects – KTM and Sheegrameva Kalyana Prapthirasthu — which are currently on floors.

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