Regina Cassandra’s Viral Bikini Song Is LIT!!
It can’t be denied that Regina Cassandra is one of the beautiful actresses of South Indian Film Industry and once again she made her mark on the map. Her performance in a hot avatar in an upcoming Tamil movie Mr Chandramouli has become the hot topic in the recent days. The makers of the film released the ‘Edhedho Anenea’ song, which went viral on social media. Her hot avatar in the bikini and underwater romance are grabbing the attention of everyone. She looked like a beautiful mermaid on the beach. The hot bikini avatar of Regina Cassandra is giving sleepless nights to the youth.
Regina Cassandra has without a doubt turned on the warmth with her sexy symbol that is sufficient the even melt the ice. She looks super attractive in the melody video. Regina has overflowed her style profoundly with dynamite hotness alongside lead legend Gautham Karthik. What’s more, inside no time, the ‘Edhedho Anenea’ melody video from the Mr Chandramouli had turned into a web sensation over the web-based life.
Mr Chandramouli is directed by Thoru and mutually created by national honour producer G. Dhananjayan and S. Vikram Kumar. Aside from Regina Cassandra, Mr Chandramouli likewise gazing Karthik, Gautham Karthik and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar in lead parts. Tipped to be a game satire performer, Mr Chandramouli likewise denotes the main joint effort of dad child couple, Karthik and Gautham Karthik.
As of late amid the media cooperation, Regina Cassandra stated, ” For the shoot of a sentimental number on its shorelines, I and Gautham Karthik went to Thailand. The producers of Mr Chandramouli shot one part submerged and the staying on sand on us. The warmth, notwithstanding, was evidently so awful that we got sunburnt. Gautham Karthik’s skin started peeling off and he nearly got a sunstroke.” Regina Cassandra included, “I was spared from the impacts of the unforgiving daylight by a characteristic healthy skin treatment I received.”
Regina Cassandra additionally stated, “For the shoot, we needed to hold our breath submerged and profess to sing. In spite of the fact that I adore ocean, I had never held my breath submerged. Be that as it may, in the wake of preparing for a whole day, we both at long last got its hang.”