Revathi and Nithya Menon on Modern Love Hyderabad Series

Revathi and Nithya Menon on Modern Love Hyderabad Series
Revathi and Nithya Menon on Modern Love Hyderabad Series

The much-awaited Telugu anthology Modern Love Hyderabad has garnered love and appreciation from the audience for its portrayal of diverse yet relatable love stories ever since its launch on Amazon Prime Video.

The series depicts various human relationships bound by a deep bond of love, brought to life on screen by a talented star cast. One of the most heartwarming stories is My Unlikely Pandemic Dream Partner, starring Revathi and Nithya Menon, who share a mother-daughter bond onscreen.

“I am thrilled that the series is receiving appreciation,” said the talented Nitya Menon of the immense love for Modern Love Hyderabad and continued, “Always, the themes of parents and grandparents with children are more passionate and emotional. especially in the Indian context.”

Adding to what makes the franchise of the series unique, the actor said, “All modern love The series, in all languages, have very diverse themes. From self-love to being in love with someone who doesn’t exist. We can’t make them all just about romance. Love has a much broader meaning. And I am glad that was discovered by Nagesh (Kukunnoor, the show runner and director of the episode featuring him). ,

Echoing this sentiment, versatile actor and filmmaker Revathi said, “Modern love series is basically known for showcasing different types of love, we have seen it before. So, I think what attracted Nagesh to do this series. His personal touch towards it is making it more real and since he is from Hyderabad, he was able to bring out the nuances of it. city In every story that’s why I think he had a touch in every story we did. ,

Besides My Unlikely Pandemic Dream Partner, the anthology features Fuzzy, Purple and Full of Thorns (directed by Nagesh Kukunoor, starring Adi Pinisetti and Ritu Varma); Did the clown write this script! (directed by Uday Gurrala, starring Abhijit Dudala and Malavika Nair); Why did he leave me there…? (directed by Nagesh Kukunoor, starring Suhasini Mani Ratnam and Naresh Agastya); About That Rustle in the Bushes (directed by Devika Bahudhanam, starring Ulka Gupta and Naresh) and Finding Your Penguin… (directed by Venkatesh Maha, starring Komali Prasad).

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