Jabardast actress Anasuya Bharadwaj is a hot and popular name in Telugu states. Her big screen career flourished with two big hits Soggade Chinni Nayana and Kshanam in last year. This year too, she is all set to have a bang beginning with Balakrsihna’s 100th film Gautamiputra Satakarni.
For a change, Anasuya is not having an on-screen presence in GPSK but she has lent the voice for Indo-Greek Warrior queen character played by Dutch model Farah Karimi, who earlier did Thikka besides Sai Dharam, Dhruva besides Arvind Swamy and Himesh Reshammiya’s Tera Suroor.
“I started off my dubbing artist career for the sake of director Krish. Many people don’t know that my voice is used for Deeksha Seth character in Vedam for first time. Though, I had many dubbing offers thereafter but I wasn’t interested much because of busy anchor career.
When Krish’s associate Sathyam Garu approached me for Satakarni, I couldn’t say no because I am proud of Krish and his films. The Greek Warrior queen character in the movie requires a Telugu dialect with foreign accent. Over the time, I became so fluent in Telugu that I have to go back to my early industry days to communicate the required flavor.
My part is tiny in GPSK but Farah Karimi plays crucial 15 minutes in key role giving a twist to whole story. I feel proud in becoming a part of such huge project and especially Balakrishna Garu’s 100th. I did this feat just for Krish. After dubbing to the role, Krish called me back and said I was magical and perfect. These appreciations matter more for me and I wish GPSK, all the best for a big Sankranti success,” said Anasuya.