Manasa Himavarsha has done a fruitful transition from a dance show to movies.
Manasa Himavarsha is contented with the manner things are going for her, with two exciting projects — Pawan Kalyan’s Katamarayudu movie and director Vamsy’s 2nd part of Ladies Tailor, Fashion Designer — in the pipe. Having initiated her journey on TV with the dance show named Challenge, Manasa recollects how she don’t really predictable to be here.
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“The dance show was all I had in thoughts at that time and I didn’t actually look at what would occur later. I am happy things driven out well for me,” she shares. Remembering her voyage in movies, she says, “I granted to the film Romance since that appeared like an experience worth vexing out. Though I marvel how it would have stood to wait a while, currently that I have taken a drop, here I am.”
Though she has already toiled in a few movies, currently, Manasa is in the newscast for her two future movies. “It’s prodigious to have been cast in a movie like Fashion Designer since not everybody gets the chance to work with myths like Vamsy sir. And fortunately for me, I have an imperative role and plenty screen time. I will be doing a simple village girl,” discloses the actress, who rose up in Chennai but comes from Vijayawada.
As for the working experience with a star like Pawan Kalyan, she says, “I have instigated shooting for Katamarayadu, but haven’t had shooting with him yet. I am truly looking forward to that.”
In the meantime, Manasa is pleased that she hangs on patiently and didn’t go on a passing spree after Romance. “I was being stereotyped into the same type of films though I wanted a wider possibility. It has operated out. I have offered into Kannada movies also,” she says.
The heroine will soon be appeared in Meena Bazaar, the Kannada remake of Vedam in that she repeats the role of Anushka. “It’s a total honour for me since it’s not easy to bag such a role so early in our career,” she concludes.