'Sita' Kashtaal!

By - April 10, 2013 - 06:10 PM IST

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10 A.M in the morning is the shoot. It is a big multi-starrer film involving some big names of the industry. On top of it, it is a shoot off the town, obviously an opulent affair! The set has been erected and the crew has been waiting… not for the big stars but for the heroine! Yes dear, for your information, the heroine is missing!

Of course, the recent missing of heroine Anjali is a kind of suspense thriller entertainment to the readers but a definitely a chilling news to the makers.

This big bad world of movies has always got wonder tales to tell. Many evolve as a star while some fizzle off as meteors. And the recent sensation Anjali is throwing a toss as to put her in which of the above two categories!

After ‘Journey’, when she flashed in Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu, one of the biggest multi-starrer of the recent times, people down in Mogulukuduru (a small village in East Godavri district), the native of Anjali exulted that their baby has made it big in the showbiz while some felt glad that Victory Venkatesh has got the right Jodi. Its release, success and Anjali being hit by a deluge of offers – all happened in the split of a second.

When she appeared to have got a footing in the industry with a series of big projects like ‘Bol Bachchan’ remake in hand, she absconded from the scene. Though it is recently known that she is on a sticky wicket involving her stepmom Bharathi Devi and her introducer Tamil director Kalanjiyam, her recent accusations on the both and statement expressing the panic over her life-threat from the two has heaved the issue on to the headlines.

Even though the makers are empathizing with her situation, they are equally bothered about their own business. On the flip side, cine analysts opine that there is every possible chance of producers turning iffy over Anjali and her career might even be at stake! Some are even breathing fire at the professionalism of Anjali. Personal life perturbations shouldn’t reflect in our professional life and there are many who stand quintessential for this. Of course it reflects boss but they too seem to have a sensible point.

Anyhow, it is very unfortunate for our young ‘Sita’ at a very early baby steps of her career. Hope she turns up for the shoot and fights her own neck out of this bedlam.