Singer Shirley Setia to make Telugu acting debut with Naga Shaurya’s next – regional movies

Singer Shirley Setia, who was recently seen in Netflix film Maska, will be making her Telugu acting debut with a yet-untitled project opposite Naga Shaurya, the makers revealed on Saturday via a poster.

Widely known as a pop singer, Shirley made her singing debut with her 2014 single album Those Se Hum and went on to also croon in Hindi films such as Passengers, A Gentleman and 5 Weddings.

“I am super excited to announce my launch in Telugu film Industry with @IamNagashaurya. Directed by #AneeshKrishna and produced by #Ushamulpuri garu under banner @ira_creations (sic),” Shirley tweeted.

 

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The makers are yet to reveal the rest of the cast and crew. The project, as per reliable sources, will go on the floors next month.

Tipped to be a romantic drama, the project will be co-produced by Naga Shaurya, who was last seen on screen in Telugu action-thriller, Aswathama.

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