Shirley Setia, a New Zealand beauty, is slated to make her Tollywood debut in the forthcoming film 'Krishna Vrinda Vihari.' In the movie, directed by Anish R. Krishna, she will play the female lead with Naga Shaurya.
Shirley Setia has been dubbed in Telugu for the first time for her role in 'Krishna Vrinda Vihari.' Tollywood's heroines are largely from neighbouring states. It's unusual to see a New Zealander dubbing in Telugu. She doesn't even speak Hindi. Nonetheless, she studied Telugu and had her voice dubbed in the language for the film. She thrilled the gathering during a recent promotional event in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, by singing in Telugu. She also shared the video on her Instagram account.
Naga Shaurya has hit the road on foot to promote 'Krishna Vrinda Vihari,' a first for the film business. As part of a statewide padayatra in Andhra Pradesh, Naga Shaurya is turning heads. The 7-day walkathon from Tirupati to Visakhapatnam is intended to promote his latest film, 'Krishna Vrinda Vihari,' which will be released in theatres on the 23rd of this month. Usha Mulpuri is producing the film through her company, Ira Creations. The film stars Rahul Ramakrishna, Satya, Vennela Kishore, Radhika Sarathkumar, and Brahmaji. The technical team also comprises music director Mahathi Swara Sagar, director of photography Sai Sriram, and editor Tammiraju.