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SS Rajamouli Releases Trailer For Cyber-Horror Web Series ‘Anya’s Tutorial’

Director SS Rajamouli has released the trailer for ‘Anya’s Tutorial’, which stars Regina Cassandra and Nivedhithaa Satish in the lead roles.
The teaser of the series, launched by Prabhas earlier, has already sparked the curiosity of Telugu audiences across the world.

The cyber-horror is set to premiere on the OTT Aha platform on July 1 in Telugu and Tamil. With digital screens becoming an extension of everyone’s life, this has led to an increase in the overall digital footprint in the current era.

‘Anya’s Tutorial’ revolves around a cyber-horror story between two sisters. Lavanya (Nivedhithaa Satish) tries to build her career as a social influencer, while her older sister Madhu (Regina Cassandra) doesn’t like her job. But one fine day, everything changes between them when Anya goes LIVE with her tutorials, scaring the cyberworld like never before.

Producer Shobhu Yarlagadda, Arka Media commented, “Horror is a genre that requires a lot of precision in terms of storyline synced with visuals. The whole team has worked hard to bring this series to life and, at the same time , sure to scare everyone. Arka is happy to partner with Aha to explore this new and unexplored genre in the Telugu OTT space.”

Satish, playing the character of Lavanya, said, “My native language is Telugu, and I feel like I’m back to my roots thanks to this series. It’s like a moment of a dream come true launched by a house of gigantic production like Arka Media and that Bahubali Prabhas himself is launching our teaser.Also, Rajamouli Sir who releases the trailer is overwhelming, and I couldn’t have asked for more.

“I am incredibly grateful for this opportunity and thankful to have the verbal excellence to dub my voice in both versions. Aha has fueled the regional OTT frenzy with such reach and is breaking down language barriers by ensuring that films from the south India reach pan Indian audiences,” she concluded.

[With Inputs From IANS]


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