Talented actress Sai Pallavi is pinning high hopes on Love Story, which is gearing up for theatrical release on the 24th of this month. The actress has been actively promoting the film for the past couple of weeks and as a part of the same, she interacted with the media. In her interaction, Sai Pallavi made a series of interesting comments about Love Story that further amplify the buzz and anticipation surrounding the film. Sai Pallavi says Love Story will address two sensitive topics that are so very relevant in the modern day society.
"Love Story is an honest yet light hearted film. Sekhar Kammula sir has penned the script with so much integrity that you can see his honesty through the course of the film. It will be a brilliant blend of romance, songs, and also a strong and relevant social message. Despite the prevalent social message aspect, Love Story is presented in an entertaining manner. The film has what it takes to keep the viewers engaged from the start till the very end. Especially, the way Sekhar Kammula sir designed out characters is simply exquisite. I am sure that the audiences will have in love with the film after it releases. The film touches the hearts of the viewers and it will leave a lasting impression on them," Sai Pallavi said.
The star actress says that Sekhar Kammula has addressed sensitive topics like gender inequality and caste discrimination in Love Story. "The narration is very realistic and Sekhar sir took many of the real life situations that we encounter in the day to day life to present the social message in a hard-hitting manner. I am sure that the audience will walk out of the theaters with a heavy heart after watching Love Story," she added.
Speaking about Naga Chaitanya, Sai Pallavi says she really enjoyed working with Chaitanya and adds that he is a comfortable co-star to have. She says the Akkineni hero has excelled in the role of Revanth, a Zumba practitioner. It is very much evident that Sai Pallavi is pinning high hopes on Love Story which is billed to be a proper love drama.