Srinivas Avasarala was seen in “Kanche” as co-soldier of Varun Tej. His role as Dasu in the film was proven worthy as the audience enjoyed the one-liners said by him.
He who is currently roped in for Trivikram’s “A..Aa,” has something to share while the shooting of “Kanche.” Kanche, which is a periodic drama that runs through the World War II has some dramatic war scenes involved.
For these war scenes, Varun Tej along with Srinivas has undergone a boot camp and physical training session for the role of the soldiers. After the training, the whole team went Georgia to shoot the war scenes. Here there was a huge amount of physical activity done by Srinivas like jumping, running, etc. In the process of performing the war scene, Srinivas broke his right hand.
Though met with an injury Srinivas managed to complete his part of acting and returned to India. Despite being injured while shooting for the film, Srinivas Avasarala is happy about the result “Kanche” yielded.
Kanche is gaining rave responses from critics as well the audience. The film is being well appreciated for its story and dialogues that make’s the audience think.
Srinivas Avasarala said that “Receiving good reports for Kanche. Here is what happened to shoot for it in Georgia. Broken at six places, two metal plates, and five screws. Glad all this was worth it.”