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Swathi Reddy takes back the fans and followers to 2004 to recollect the events that took place during the climax of Danger! Check it out

Swathi Reddy is happy with the way her life and career are progressing now and she decides to come up with an interesting film soon.
by Anoop Sai Bandi | May 08, 2020 10:39 IST
Swathi Reddy takes back the fans and followers to 2004 to recollect the events that took place during the climax of Danger! Check it out

Swathi Reddy, aka Colours Swathi, made her film debut with the film Danger. Krishna Vamshi is the director of the movie which also stars other actors. Allari Naresh, Sairam Shankar, Abhishek, Shireen and others played the roles. Swathi acted well in the movie and drew appreciation from one and all. She has been using Instagram actively these days to share different experiences of her life. In the latest post, she added experience of working on the film's sets. She posted the picture of a Teddy bear and detailed her experience in a lengthy post.

 
Revealing the climax situation of the film Danger, she wrote, "Five youngsters running from bad goons and badder cops eventually getting trapped inside a fully functional “get everything under one roof” kind of super store while frantically trying to send out an SOS via MMS using old Nokia phones. (Don’t bother, it was 2004) was the climax of Danger.
 
Swathi then shared how she felt while shooting the movie. Swathi wrote, "Shooting there felt like being in an apocalyptic film in itself - full access to everything on sale and doing action sequences like ducking, quick moves hiding, crawling around aisles leading to exploring the whole store thoroughly and I mean thoroughly."
 
In one of the shots, the actress had an unique experience which she recollected. "One such - Ahh just escaped! type shots required me to be lying on the floor in the toys section where a brown teddy bear pushed all the way to the back because he had a slight tear on his bum and wasn’t perfect like the rest of his clones caught my attention. Insert - Immediate rush of emotion for this pavum. After the shot, I declared to anyone who cared that he also deserves a home, but since it was my first film, I was more sincere than required and decided to wait till pack up to bill it. By the time we wrapped for the day it was gone. I was disappointed, I wanted it to be me who made him feel special and not a reject."
 
She then put her thoughts down about how she figured out ways to feel loved or special. "Over the years, I’ve noticed there are a zillion ways to be made to feel loved or special. Like, someone writing your name in snow and sending a picture (I did that) or on a misty windowpane (I got that). Someone making you a cup of coffee without asking (I do that and get that). Someone setting up your house cause you a mess (I did that). Someone showing up at 7am with the last HP series book cause the rush at Walden was mad and you was colours (I obviously got that). Someone who always tries to end text chats with a proper bye, when you are passed the leg piece at the table because everyone knows it’s your favourite, when it’s mostly their Netflix preference over yours. There are so many bloody ways to make the right people happy and loved. They are all over the place, just like this write up."
 
"It was mum who bought my tear-in-the-bum bear to surprise me later, he still doesn’t have a name but is still with me. We both are loved." she concluded.
 
On the work front, Swathi Reddy is in talks to play a key role in the sequel of Karthikeya, coming in the combination of Nikhil and director Chandoo Mondeti.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Five youngsters running from bad goons and badder cops eventually getting trapped inside a fully functional “get everything under one roof” kind of super store while frantically trying to send out an SOS via MMS using old Nokia phones ( Don’t bother, it was 2004 ) was the climax of Danger. Shooting there felt like being in an apocalyptic film in itself - full access to everything on sale and doing action sequences like ducking, quick moves hiding, crawling around aisles leading to exploring the whole store thoroughly and I mean thoroughly. One such - Ahh just escaped! type shots required me to be lying on the floor in the toys section where a brown teddy bear pushed all the way to the back because he had a slight tear on his bum and wasn’t perfect like the rest of his clones caught my attention. Insert - Immediate rush of emotion for this pavum. After the shot, I declared to anyone who cared that he also deserves a home, but since it was my first film, I was more sincere than required and decided to wait till pack up to bill it. By the time we wrapped for the day it was gone. I was disappointed, I wanted it to be me who made him feel special and not a reject. Over the years, I’ve noticed there are a zillion ways to be made to feel loved or special. Like, someone writing your name in snow and sending a picture ( I did that ) or on a misty windowpane ( I got that ) Someone making you a cup of coffee without asking ( I do that and get that ) Someone setting up your house cause you a mess ( I did that ) Someone showing up at 7am with the last HP series book cause the rush at Walden was mad and you was colours ( I obviously got that ) Someone who always tries to end text chats with a proper bye, when you are passed the leg piece at the table because everyone knows it’s your favourite, when it’s mostly their Netflix preference over yours..There are so many bloody ways to make the right people happy and loved. They are all over the place, just like this write up. It was mum who bought my tear-in-the-bum bear to surprise me later, he still doesn’t have a name but is still with me. We both are loved.

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