Samyuktha Not Happy With ‘Virupaksha’ Team And Takes To Twitter!

Lovely beauty Samyuktha Menon is slowly establishing herself as a golden leg in Tollywood. She is becoming a lucky heroine with back-to-back hits like ‘Bheemla Nayak’, ‘Bimbisara’ and Sir’. The gorgeous lady is quite active on social media as well and shares a lot of updates with fans. It looks like she is unhappy with the team of her upcoming film ‘Virupaksha’.

She was reportedly promised her own poster on Ugadi but the makers did not do so and released Sai Dharam Tej’s poster instead. Disappointed with this, the actress took to Twitter and wrote, “Before I express my disappointment, My journey with #Virupaksha is something I have cherished always and humbled at the opportunity to work with such amazing actors and technicians. @SVCCofficial. why so irresponsible. I was promised that my character poster will be released on Ugadi . Where is it?”

Immediately responding to this, SVCC team officially responded, “Our Sincere Apologies. Please give us some time to fix this.” With some sad face emojis, Samyuktha wrote, “ok”. SVCC is a renowned production house owned by BVSN Prasad. They produced numerous super hits in the last couple of decades. One would expect more accuracy from them but it looks like they made the actress unhappy.

Till date, the team of ‘Virupaksha’ released a few posters and a teaser. Samyuktha was never highlighted in any of them and with the makers not releasing her poster, the actress felt disappointed and seems to have taken to Twitter to express her unhappiness.

‘Virupaksha’ is going to hit the screens on the 21st of April in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Hindi languages. ‘Kantara’ fame Anjaneesh Loknath is composing the music for this movie. BVSN Prasad is bankrolling the film. It is jointly produced under the banners of Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra and Sukumar Writings. It’s a new-age thriller that has the screenplay written by Sukumar and directed by Karthik Dandu. Sai Chand, Brahmaji, Rajiv Kanakala, Ajay, Sunil and others are playing key roles.