In the eagerly anticipated movie “Rules Ranjann,” talented actress Neha Sshetty is set to take center stage as the character named Sana. The film is all set to hit screens worldwide on October 6, promising an exciting cinematic experience for audiences.
Starring Neha and Kiran Abbavaram in leading roles, the film boasts a stellar cast, including Vennela Kishore, Subbaraju, Viva Harsha, Hyper Aadhi, Meher Chahal, Ajay, Makarand Deshpande, Atul Parchure, Annu Kapoor, and Abhimanyu Singh. Directed by Rathinam Krishna, the son of renowned producer-director A.M Rathnam, and produced by Murali Krishna Vemuri and Divyang Lavania under Star Light Entertainment Pvt Ltd., “Rules Ranjann” promises to captivate audiences with its engaging storyline and dynamic performances.
In a recent media interaction, Neha Sshetty provided insights into her character and the upcoming film. Discussing her journey in the Telugu film industry, she reflected on her experiences and growth, emphasizing that she feels grateful for the opportunities she has had in a short span of time.
The conversation delved into her pivotal role in “DJ Tillu,” a turning point in her career, and how she perceived the character. She shared her excitement about portraying Sana in “Rules Ranjann,” comparing her to her previous role and detailing the character’s attributes as a happy-go-lucky girl with a sense of adventure.
Reflecting on the film’s romantic angle, Neha highlighted that “Rules Ranjann” breaks away from the typical love story formula, offering a unique and captivating love theme within a story infused with conflict and comedy.
The actress revealed that dancing to the tune of “Sammohanuda,” a single from the movie, was the most challenging aspect of the film for her, given the diverse and demanding dance sequences involved. She also shared her experience working alongside Kiran Abbavaram, commending his cool and humble demeanor on set.
With the film’s release approaching, Neha expressed a mix of excitement and nervousness, hoping for a hat trick of successful films. She anticipated that her character, Sana, would resonate with fans, drawing a parallel to past famous rain songs and citing late actress Sridevi as an inspiration for her versatile acting aspirations.