Tamil actress and model Sakshi Agarwal recently attended an interview and opened up about her unexpected and unpleasant experience during her small role in the hit movie Raja Rani. Sakshi Agarwal has achieved a good reputation as a heroine in Telugu and Tamil languages. Apart from Tamil, she has done several films in South languages. The actress’ revelation sheds light on the challenges faced by newcomers in the film industry and raises questions about transparency and communication between filmmakers and actors.
Sakshi Agarwal spoke about her first film experience. Sakshi said, “In the year 2013, I got an opportunity to act in Raja Rani. But initially, the casting agency that selected me said that I am the second female lead in this film and Arya in the main lead role.”
She added: “I heard it and went to act in that movie. I did some shopping mall scenes. I participated in some shooting. After two days passed, no call was received for shooting. At one stage, the shooting of the film was completed and the film was released. I went to see the movie and was shocked. Actually, all my scenes were cut. I didn’t know much about production companies then. Because I never actually went to Atlee Sir and discussed my role. He said it was my fault. ”Sakshi Agarwal says that she was cheated to be cast in this film.”
Sakshi Agarwal emphasized the importance of clear communication between filmmakers and actors.