Watch: Sanya Iyer’s Rain Dance Could Provide You With Some Relief From The Severe Summer Heat

Saanya Iyer is quickly becoming known as one of the entertainment industry’s up-and-coming stars. She gained a lot of fans for her depiction of Gowri Junior in the Putta Gowri Maduve serial. Her captivating dancing video in the rain has made news lately. Wearing a green saree with a crimson top, Saanya danced to the hit song Bhaage Re Mann till her feet hurt. This song has vocals by Sunidhi Chauhan and is taken from the Sudhir Mishra-directed film Chameli. The way Kareena Kapoor danced in the rain during the original song’s performance was mirrored in the video.

Saanya’s admirers praised the video and flooded her with heart-eyed emojis in the comments section. One of the admirers said that she thought the Putta Gowri Maduve actress posted this surprise video, and she really liked it. Over three hundred thousand people have seen the video.

In addition to these dancing videos, Saanya has established herself as an actor and is eager for her first movie, Gowri, to be released. The male protagonist of the film, which was directed by Indrajit Lankesh, is actor Samarjit Lankesh. During the film’s mahurat ceremony, director Indrajit Lankesh disclosed further details, including the fact that Gowri finds inspiration in his sister, the late journalist Gauri Lankesh. Notably, Parshuram Waghmare, a purported Sri Ram Sene member, fatally murdered brave journalist Gauri Lankesh.

The actress Putta Gowri Maduve spoke with a site about her love of performing. “My passion for acting began when I began going to the set with my mother,” the actress said. When so many people came to speak to my mother instead of me, I would constantly become curious. I’m here because I enjoyed her attention, and when she told me why, I realized that was all she was worried about. Since she was a student at LKG, she has been active with serials. “I’m not even sure how many serials I’ve completed to yet. I now like taking part in Putt Gowri Maduve, a series that spreads a positive message regarding child weddings.

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