Hyderabad: After making her presence felt through Iddharammailatho, Sarrainodu and Goutham Nanda, actress Catherine Tresa has made an indelible mark in the hearts of Telugu fans. Not to forget her appearance in the superhit single ‘MLA’ – “My Lovely Angel”, from Allu Arjun’s Sarrainodu which garnered immense craze for her in Tollywood.

Catherine Tresa was in Hyderabad recently to promote her upcoming flick Vadhaladu, which is simultaneously being released in Tamil as Aruvam. Stating that she is ready to strike a chord with Telugu audiences, the actress is impressed by the plot and her strength in her character. She plays the role of a young girl Jyothi, who was born with hyposmia, the decreased ability to smell. This disability leads to several problems in her life. It is also the reason for her disdain towards marriage. However, the crux of the story involves Jyothi meeting Siddharth and the love aspect explored. The other part of the story has Siddharth’s role as a food inspector who teaches a stern lesson to lawbreakers.

Catherine says the story revolves around food adulteration the impact of this dark side business on the common people. The actress promises the audience a full-family entertainer with thrill and supernatural elements in the storyline. The movie is sure to drive home the point about how such issues have become an important topic of discussion all around. The movie focuses on the need to curb this menace at the earliest.

Catherine says that she has been doing content-driven stories in Tamil language and glamour oriented characters in Telugu. And that she is hopeful to impress Telugu audience with more movies very soon.  She is starring in another interesting movie World Famous Lover alongside Vijay Deverakonda and with a star cast of Malavika Mohanan and many others. Catherine says that she is ready to give dubbing a chance if the makers are convinced with her skills.

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Prakash Aditya

A Telugu movie buff, a soccer geek and a motorcycle enthusiast, Prakash Aditya is a freelancer with a passion in film making. He was a contributor for social journalism platforms like Socialpost and Sadda Haq. He had an experience of working as a screen writer for a couple of Telugu movies.

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