Shanvi Srivastava in Kannada remake of 'Bhale Bhale Magadivoy'

Shanvi Srivastava will work in the Kannada remake of Telugu blockbuster 'Bhale Bhale Magadivoy'.

Chennai: Actress Shanvi Srivastava will reprise Lavanya Tripathi's role in the yet-untitled Kannada remake of Telugu blockbuster 'Bhale Bhale Magadivoy'.

The remake, to be jointly produced by Rockline Venkatesh and Allu Aravind, will be directed by Ramesh Aravind and will feature Ganesh in the lead.

"This will be my next project in Kannada. I'm really excited about it," Shanvi, who awaits the release of Kannada film "Masterpiece", told IANS.

'Masterpiece', which also stars Yash, is releasing in cinemas on Thursday.

"It's a film that has everything - action, comedy, romance and a little bit of patriotism, too," said Shanvi, who plays a modern girl in the film.

She's extremely confident about the film and added that she thoroughly enjoyed working with Yash.

Talking about her role, she said: "I've never played a role where there's more scope for comedy and entertainment more than romance. I even got to do some stunts, like jump from the second floor of a building using ropes. I didn't use a body double and the experience was amazing."

Shanvi will next work on a trilingual film with former Indian seamer S. Sreesanth, and is also on the verge of signing a Tamil project.

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