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‘I had to endure with the pain of my fracture as we had to finish Maa Bava Manobhavalu

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Chandrika Ravi, an Australian model, started learning dance at the age of three. Her parents being from Indian origin, made her pursue a career in the Tollywood entertainment industry. The beauty will be seen in a special song titled Maa Bava Manobhavalu in Nandamuri Balakrishna’s Veera Simha Reddy, which will be released in theatres on January 12.

The finalist in 2012 Miss World Australia and Miss India Australia, talks about her experience of working with Balayya.“I was born in a small town in Australia. My parents hail from the southern part of India. And I always grew up watching south films, especially Telugu ones. I never imagined that I would land such a big offer so early in my career! It was a dream come true for me,” shares Chandrika.

Completely, and wholly she thanks her parents for supporting her dreams! She adds, “Culturally, I was brought up as an Indian in Australia. I started learning Bharatanatyam, Kathak and Kuchipudi as a three-year-old. I also learned western dance forms. My mother is a good dancer herself. My father is a tabla player. Indian culture and art run in our family, probably I was bound to be here.”

She is so overwhelmed by the response for Maa Bava Manobhavalu, which clocked ten million views in no time, and working with Balakrishna was a huge thing for her. “I am a fan of him. Dancing with him and sharing screen space with him is an experience I am always going to cherish. His knowledge of cinema is amazing. I got to learn a lot from him.

The audience are showing immense love for the song. Their love and encouragement fill me with more confidence. Maa Bava Manobhavalu is a song I am going to cherish all my life.”

As the song shoot was getting wrapped up, an unfortunate incident took the sets by storm. Her spine had a moderate fracture. “Although it hurt a lot, I didn’t say it to anyone. Since everyone was religiously engaged in finishing the song, I put up with the pain.

Choreographer Sekhar VJ got to know about the fracture and he appreciated me for putting up a strong show despite the pain,” she explained.

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