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Learn English with Sai Pallavi by watching her best speeches. Sai Pallavi Senthamarai is an Indian actress and dancer who has appeared in films in Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam. She has won several awards, including two Filmfare Awards for her roles in the films Premam and Fidaa.

Sai Pallavi was approached by Alphonse Puthren, a movie director, while he was studying medicine at the Tbilisi State Medical University. She was offered the role of ‘Malar’ in the 2015 Malayalam film, ‘Premam’ opposite Nivin Pauly. She finished filming the movie during her holidays. Fans often recognized her as Malar instead of Sai Pallavi because her role as Malar was so well received.

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Speech 1

Aamir sir, um… I can’t say this is a dream come true because I’ve never imagined something like this. I didn’t know it was possible because you’ve always been someone, you know, I imagine that you’re in a different part of the world, and uh, you’re not reachable! But today you’re right there… I was actually two feet away from you. So, this feels surreal. And after coming into the industry I’ve, uh, I’ve heard a lot of stories about you. Uh, how, uh how disciplined you are, and how you approach a character.

And one such stories was this that I heard, and I was blown off. Umm… apparently, few years ago, you had to uh, uh, be part of a commercial, uh, for Coke…The Chota Coke… and, uh, your team had come over to, uh, put up a presentation, and when they came over, they asked you to play a Hyderabadi Paanwala. And at that point, the presentation was over, and you said, “What kind of accent do you want me to, uh, have?” And then they said, “Sir, just Hyderabadi Paanwala” And you ended up saying there are six different types; and they ended up taking notes and going that day.

I don’t know if you remember but one of the person who was there, they told me this and I was thinking oh my god! I always thought I was prepared before a particular role, but that’s when I realized, oh you, no, that is not called preparation; you need to be this aware of it… so, you’ve inspired us so much and um, I would, uh, gladly or proudly say that all these days I was in the other side of, uh, I was in the other side where I would listen to stories about you.

So, today I get lucky, and I go home and I’ll tell people I spent time with Sir and these are the stories I have to say. So, thank you so much for today, Sir. It’s an honor that we have you here. Thank you very much.

Speech 2

Sai Pallavi, I know that you just spoke about rejecting a fairness cream, uh endorsement. And you said that you also felt like uh, you know, different from the rest of the entertainment industry. Do you want to speak about how you came into the entertainment industry and why you felt different, coming in?

So, firstly, it’s just that we grow up seeing a lot of people who have perfect features, a perfect body…So, I always thought, onscreen, onscreen… We see them, and then we feel that oh, they’re perfect!

Excuse me? Onscreen you meet perfect features and perfect creatures?

Exactly! That is what we believe, because she looks that beautiful, she looks that fair, she’s got perfect features… we consider them to be actors and actresses, so that’s how I was. I grew up seeing, uh, Trisha and Simran, and all of them, they had perfect figure, they had great body, but then there was one point at which I didn’t know whether I wanted to become an actor.

But there, uh, I always had this insecurity when I was in Georgia doing medicine… So I was with these Georgians people who were very fair and then they didn’t have pimples, but I had all of this. And I didn’t know whether I could accept this or accept myself for who I was. And then I come back to India, and I am so happy that Alphonse picked me for Premam. I was so nervous the day the movie got released. I was wondering what if people abroad are going to be there teasing me, what a raga is going to say. They are obviously going to say I don’t look like Simran, I don’t look like Trisha.

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