Rajasthan's Pride: Simran Sharma to Shine in Tollywood's 'Mr. Idiot'
Steering the ship for "Mr. Idiot" is director Gauri Ronanki, a seasoned professional in the Tollywood arena, having previously delivered a commercial hit with "Peeli Sansad."
Simran Sharma, crowned both Miss Rajasthan and Miss Grand India, is on the cusp of a momentous entry into the world of Tollywood with her much-anticipated debut in the upcoming film "Mr. Idiot." This thrilling announcement has set the stage for palpable excitement within the entertainment industry.
In "Mr. Idiot," Simran Sharma will take center stage as the film's leading lady, sharing the spotlight with Madhav, the son of Raghu and the younger sibling of the esteemed Tollywood superstar, Ravi Teja. The eagerly awaited release of the film's first-look poster became an unforgettable event, graced by the presence of the illustrious South Indian director, Raghuvendra Rao. The decision to unveil it on Madhav's birthday added an extra layer of anticipation to the project.
Steering the ship for "Mr. Idiot" is director Gauri Ronanki, a seasoned professional in the Tollywood arena, having previously delivered a commercial hit with "Peeli Sansad." The film comes to life under the banner of JJR Entertainment and M S Yalamanchi Rani, with JJR Ravichand as the esteemed producer.
Simran Sharma's mentors, Yogesh Mishra and Nimisha Mishra, commend her remarkable journey, emphasizing the consistent honor brought to Rajasthan by participants in the Miss Rajasthan pageant. Simran's trajectory, from clinching the title of Miss Rajasthan in 2017 to earning the coveted Miss Grand India crown and subsequently achieving success in popular music videos, has now led her to the glittering realm of Tollywood—an achievement that swells the hearts of her mentors and fills the state of Rajasthan with immense pride.
"Mr. Idiot" holds a significant connection to Tollywood's storied history, with Madhav, the younger brother of Ravi Teja, taking a pivotal role in the film. Riding on the coattails of the resounding success of Ravi Teja's "Idiot," the makers of "Mr. Idiot" are brimming with confidence that this film will follow suit and emerge as a blockbuster. With Anoop Rubens crafting the film's music, Viplav at the helm of editing, and Ram spearheading cinematography, the project boasts an impressive team. As it undergoes the final stages of dubbing, "Mr. Idiot" is poised to make its theatrical debut in November, heralding an exciting introduction for Simran Sharma and potentially ushering in Madhav as a promising new star in the constellation of Tollywood talent.