Doing comedy is the toughest task and many great actors across the globe say this. It is not easy to make someone laugh but there are a lot of comedians in Tollywood who are proving time and again how talented they are. Currently, every comedian has his own unique style. Artists like Vennela Kishore, Satya, Sapthagiri, Sunil, Srinivasa Reddy, Priyadarshi, Rahul Ramakrishna, Praveen, Sudharshan and other Jabardasth comedians are entertaining the audience to the fullest.
With a lot of pan-Indian films being made currently, a lot of comedians are trying to get popular in other languages too. Already a few Telugu comedians are tickling the funny bones of people from other states. Star comedians like Brahmanandam and Ali appeared in many other regional films. Sunil even impressed many as a villain in movies like 'Pushpa' and 'Color Photo'. Now, talented comedian Pammi Sai is joining this list. After appearing in small roles at the beginning of his career, he has been entertaining the audience with his style of comedy in the last few years.
He did some good roles in recent times. Irrespective of the character's screen time, he managed to shine in those films with his acting prowess. Apart from doing comic roles, Pammi Sai has a knack of pulling off characters with a negative touch too. A star director like Trivikram Srinivas is writing roles especially for Pammi Sai in most of his recent films showcases the talent he possesses. He is one of the very busy artists in Tollywood right now and he is stepping into Kollywood with Dhanush's Telugu-Tamil bilingual movie 'Sir'.
Directed by Venky Atluri, the recently released teaser got a lot of positive response. This is Dhanush's first straight Telugu film and Sithara Entertainments banner along with Trivikram's 'Fortune Four Cinemas' are bankrolling it. Samyuktha Menon is the heroine while GV Prakash s the music composer.
We hear that Pammi Sai is playing a key role in this film. After getting a good name in Telugu with his timing, Sai is all set to entertain the Tamil audience too. Hope all the comedians do well in every language they act and bring laughs to as many people as possible.