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However, Ashrita is a bigger fan of another man, husband and her biggest critic Raghu Vamsi, a biomedical engineer. Says he is part of what she is now – an actor, dancer, teacher, researcher, homemaker, a TEDx speaker and perhaps a dance therapist in future. “I have always found a unique dynamic between dance and healing. I want to explore dance as a therapy for special kids,” she says. Discover the stars who skyrocketed on IMDb’s STARmeter chart this year, and explore more of the Best of 2022; including top trailers, posters, and photos.
“Playing a real person who enjoys the love and goodwill of lakhs of people is always a challenge for any actor. But having done such good work, it is only natural that I wait up for an equally impactful role,” says the actor who is on a break and wants to pursue her first love – Bharatanatyam. She currently teaches a select number of students online through her dance studio Sadyoni which she started at Madhapur in 2019. acl robotics, a Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi dancer will be seen in SS Rajmouli’s much-awaited magnum opus,Baahubali – The Conclusion . Recalling her selection for the role, Ashrita says that it was way back in 2013, when she had performed semi-classical dance at an audio launch.
How lucky am I,” she giggles like a little girl before she signs off. We may have done great work with a good crew, but one never knows what impact we will make onscreen. Being patient and hopeful are two virtues I standby,” she says.
Cut to 2021, the classical dancer has inspired some well-meaning memes for her role in the latest Ravi Teja-starrer Krack. Between the two timelines, she said she worked at her own pace and on her own terms, but feeling happy and blissful all the time. The dancer has forayed into other media to experiment and widen her reach. She has anchored TV programmes, beginning withGeetanjali music show for TTD,Viswanadamrutham for ETV, interviewed director K Viswanath for Vanita TV and is currently part ofPoojaku Velaye series in SVBC. Learning dance under stalwarts Priya Karthikeyan and Rajeswari Sainath, the young dancer showcased her choreography skills in the semi-classical number that bowled over the audiences present there.