Regina Cassandra recently opened about Tollywood (Chicago) S*x racket and gave a reason for her silence in spite of the false speculations about her in the media.
Regina Cassandra is well known face for Telugu, Tamil and Kannada audiences. However, in recent times, the actress has very few projects to work with. The reason is cut throat competition in Telugu Film Industry with the arrival of many new actresses. Regina Cassandra is also being termed as a part of high profile s*x racket that was running in the USA. Recently we have reported that the Telugu couple Kishan Modugumudi and Chandrakala Modugumudi have been arrested in Chicago by US authorities. The preliminary report filed by the agency to the Court gives enough clues to name those girls involved in the prostitution/S*x racket. Though, US authorities didn’t name a single actress but netizens have concluded that one of those girls named in the documents is Regina Cassandra.
It is also heard that Regina Cassandra and anchor Lysa had participated in Sankranthi program that was held in the USA. Interestingly, Kishan Modugumudi was also there. Regina Cassandra also thanked Kishan Modugumudi after the participation.
Regina Cassandra slammed such reports and said this news is baseless. She said, she was hurt with the speculations. The actress added, “I am not involved in Tollywood S*x racket which was busted recently in Chicago. It is not correct to speak about any one without knowing the truth. When I know that these are false allegations, why will I react to them? If we react unnecessary, we can fall in trouble. The media should be very careful about reporting such type of news.”
On the workside, Regina Cassnadra was last seen in recently released Tamil movie Mr Chandramouli, directed by Thiru but on its opening day the movie received mixed response by the movie lovers and critics from everywhere.
Currently Regina Cassandra has multiple movies in her bag Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga, Silukkuvarupatti Singam, Nenjam Marappathillai and Party, which are in different production stages.