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Lakshmi Manchu announces 7th edition of ‘Teach for Change’ fundraiser

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A bevy of south Indian filmstars will walk the ramp to raise funds at the seventh edition of ‘Teach for Change’ fundraiser.

Founded by actor, producer and entrepreneur Lakshmi Manchu and Chaitanya MRSK the event will be held on April 3 in Hyderabad. Ace designer duo Shantanu and Nikhil will showcase their collection this year and Hyderabad based Hiya Jewellery will showcase their jewellery.

Lakshmi Manchu shared, “I am thrilled to announce the 7th edition of the annual fundraiser of Teach For Change. The last two years have been extremely challenging for the children and this year is all the more crucial as they come back to schools after a break of two years due to the pandemic. Our efforts are all the more important to address the gaps in learning outcomes. The entire team along with Chaitanya, my dear friends are coming together and will put a solid show to support this very special cause.”

Lakshmi Manchu, along with Pragya Jaiswal, Vedhika, Sumanth Kumar, Shriya Saran, Nivetha Pethuraj, Manasa Varanasi, Navdeep along others will be walking the ramp this year.

The previous editions of the Fundraiser were attended by several public personalities including parliamentarians Jaya Bachchan, Shashi Tharoor, Renuka Chowdhury, Kalikesh Singh Deo, Telangana minister KT Rama Rao, celebrities such as Sushmita Sen, Pinky Reddy, Dia Mirza, Rana Daggubati, Vijay Devarkonda, Aditi Rao Hydari, Rakul Preet Singh, Bipasha Basu among others.

Teach For Change is a Hyderabad-based non-profit which has contributed to quality education for children from disadvantaged communities.

Started in 2014 by Lakshmi Manchu and Chaitanya MRSK the organisation has created models through (flagship volunteer program, ICT Infrastructure and Smart Classrooms ) in government schools which have proven results in improving foundational learning skills of children in primary schools and imparting digital literacy to high school students.

Driven by eminent members of the civil society the organisation has so far worked with 432 government schools transforming the lives of 42,608 students across three Indian states, primarily Telangana.

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WazirX NFT Marketplace brings Telugu actress Lakshmi Manchu on board

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On the occasion of Women’s day, the WazirX NFT Marketplace has announced its collaboration with popular Telugu actress Lakshmi Manchu.

Adding to her vision of ‘women supporting women’, Lakshmi, is on board, as a collector on the platform for the WazriX NFT.

It is also to be noted that the ‘Gundello Godari’ actress, collected 4 NFTs by some of the most talented female creators on the platform.

‘Gangsta Sisters’, ‘Lockdown Dreams’, ‘Treasury of Love’, and ‘AMEYAA’ are the NFTs collected by Lakshmi Manchu.

“In a male-dominated crypto world, we need more female role models. Added to this, is our focus and commitment to increasing women’s participation in the NFT ecosystem. Lakshmi Manchu shares our vision and I am delighted that she chose the WazirX NFT platform”, Vishakha Singh, VP, WazirX NFT Marketplace told the media.

Commenting on her latest venture, Lakshmi Manchu said, “In an exponentially growing world of the crypto, meta, and NFT, I want to encourage and empower more women to explore this new digital universe.”

“While most are unaware of how it works, there is no shying away from the fact that this IS THE future. My effort is to simplify this universe and create a road map for those who want to explore and invest in the digital future”, Manchu Lakshmi’s statement says.

On the other hand, Lakshmi Manchu has been busy shooting and has set a stage for her Malayalam debut with ‘Monster’ starring Mohan Lal.

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Lakshmi Manchu ventures into metaverse, buys ‘Azuki’ NFT

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Telugu actress Lakshmi Manchu has taken her opening step into metaverse, with the purchase of her first non-fungible token (NFT). ‘Azuki’, an iconic manga character, is her first NFT purchase.

“The ownership of the Azuki NFT will allow me exclusive rights to content that can be opened up later for audiences who own Azukis. This content could be in the form of games, short stories and other digital assets,” Lakshmi informed IANS.

NFTs are a class of digital assets that can be transacted via blockchain technology on special platforms. They are non-interchangeable, unlike crypto currency, which are fungible or interchangeable.

Lakshmi said she had been wanting to explore the new meta world for some time. “I was very nervous as this is my first NFT and I can’t say I know what this new meta world is, but it sure is exciting and I’m in love with my character,” she added.

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Lakshmi Manchu urges Telangana govt to institutionalise digital education

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Welcoming the Telangana government’s decision to implement the ‘Mana Ooru-Mani Badi’ programme in all government schools, actress Lakshmi Manchu has urged the state government to focus on “institutionalising digital education”.

In a statement, the actress said, “As an individual who has been actively working in the government schools of our country for the last seven years through our organisation, Teach for Change Trust, I wholeheartedly welcome and applaud the announcement by the Government of Telangana which will rapidly change the face of public schools and mitigate the dropout rates by providing quality education to all the children of Telangana.

“I truly believe that this visionary move by the Government of Telangana is going to transform the education system in the state over the next three years and pave the path for creating educational equity in our country,” she said.

Requesting the Telangana government to focus on institutionalising digital education, the actress said, “We, at ‘Teach for Change’, have seen positive impact in government schools by providing ICT infrastructure and dedicated ICT trainers. We would be more than happy to share our processes and curriculum to strengthen the foundational learning for primary school children with the Education Ministry if it would help the community at large.”

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Lakshmi Manchu tests Covid positive, asks fans for movie recos

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Popular Telugu actress Lakshmi Prasanna Manchu tested positive for Covid-19. Announcing this on social media, the ‘Pittakathalu’ actress sought recommendations on shows and movies to watch from her friends so that she can kill time during her isolation.

Manchu had been traveling to wrap up her shoot for the upcoming Malayalam movie ‘Monster’. In her post, she mentions that she had played “hide and seek” with the virus before it caught her.

Her younger brother and Telugu actor, Manchu Manoj, had earlier tested positive and isolated himself.

Urging her fans and followers to follow Covid protocols, the actress asked them to get vaccinated, and to go for booster shots if they are eligible, to reduce the risk of hospitalisation.

“They say, don’t run from your fears, attack them. Well, that didn’t turn out well for me,” Lakshmi wrote in her post.AShe said that Covid-19 had finally caught up with her after she had successfully played “hide-and-seek for two years from the ‘buchodu’ of 2020 and screaming GO CORONA GO.” ‘Buchodu’ is the Telugu word for ‘monster’.

“I did give it a fight but it had other plans,” Manchu added.A”Gonna use some kalari skills to kick Covid’s a**.” She was referring to the martial arts form Kalaripayattu.

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Lakshmi Manchu’s Malayalam debut with Mohan Lal grabs attention

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Lakshmi Manchu has announced her Malayalam debut with Mohan Lal. Lakshmi is all set to share the screen with Mohan Lal in his upcoming movie titled ‘Monster’.

The ‘Gundello Godari’ actress, who even commenced shooting for ‘Monster’ in Kochi, seems excited about her Malayalam debut. The actress mentions her role as challenging, as she also hints at “the various shades” of her role in ‘Monster’.

Sharing Mohan Lal’s poster from ‘Monster’, the actress wrote, “The cat is finally out of the bag!! New Language, New Genre!!! Super duper excited to be shooting My first Malayalam film with the one and only!! Cannot wait to showcase what we’ve got in store for you. Having the best time shooting this film Mohan Lal”.

The movie ‘Monster’ is being directed by Vysakh, which is being produced by Anthony Perumbavoor under the banner of Aashirvad Cinemas. The makers commenced the shooting on November 10, and are to complete the current shooting schedule soon. On the occasion of its launch, Mohanlal shared the first look poster.

Mohan Lal is featured in a turban-clad look in the poster, as he will be playing the role of Lucky Singh in the movie. Lakshmi would feature in an important role, in the Vysakh directorial, which is slated to hit the screens in early 2022.

Lakshmi was last seen in Netflix’s original anthology series ‘Pitta Kathalu’. Earlier, Lakshmi had drawn attention for the movies ‘Ananganaga Oka Dheerudu’, ‘Gundello Godari’, ‘Chandamama Kathalu’, and more.

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Lakshmi Manchu had a blast hosting SIIMA awards

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Actress Lakshmi Manchu hosted the South Indian International Movie Awards (SIIMA) here on Sunday. Clearly, her excitement on hosting the show was worth it.

The actress looked glamourous in a peach gown as she took the centre stage for hosting the show.

“I was super excited to be hosting SIIMA yet again. This is a great time for celebration as we all come together through the troubles that the film industry had to face the past two years but nonetheless the show must go on and here we are acknowledging, celebrating the greatest talent that our South India has to offer,” Lakshmi says.

The ‘Pitta Kathalu’ actress was very happy to meet her friends from the fraternity again.

“This was fun, I had not seen many of my friends in the past couple of years. With Zoom meetings and cancelled events and last minute disappointments and being dressed waist high all this felt changed and we were in our full form for SIIMA,” she says.

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Why Lakshmi Manchu finally decided to have her own YouTube channel

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Telugu actress Lakshmi Manchu launched her own YouTube channel earlier this month. The actress feels this is the best time to make the most of the digital world.

The ‘Pitta Kathalu’ actress was always asked to start this venture but she waited for the right time to launch it.

“I have been asked to start a YouTube channel for years now. I didn’t see what more value I can bring to it earlier but now looking at the world turning more digital, I thought this was a great medium to start creating work. I am really excited for a new journey,” Lakshmi tells IANS.

Asked what will be the focus of content on the channel, and Lakshmi answers in jest: “The prime focus is obviously going to be me!”

She goes on to explain: “I am going to curate a few series on different things we can talk about and I am open for suggestions too.”

Lakshmi also hosts a cookery show for a digital platform where she invites celebrity guests and gets them cooking.

The actress has been focusing on creating quirky content digitally.

She has a reason for it.

“Now more than ever, more people are on their phones rather than on television and I think this is the medium which has slowly become their main source of entertainment. So, Lakshmi Manchu is there, everywhere. You can’t deny me!” she says.

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Lakshmi Manchu loves travelling for food

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Telugu actress Lakshmi Manchu is enjoying every moment of hosting the Telugu cookery show ‘Aha Bhojanambu’. A foodie herself, she says there have been days when she has just gone out of her way to taste a delicacy.

“I love food and don’t have any favourites. I love Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Italian. I like my big meals. I love travelling for food. I have sometimes just travelled for food and come back. So, the foodie in me just loves different flavours, tastes and method. Though I am still getting accustomed to the French cuisine,” Lakshmi tells IANS.

The eight-part series comes with an interesting twist. Lakshmi invites a celebrity guest, who has to cook with whatever ingredients are provided to them on the show.

Talking about hosting a cookery show, Lakshmi says: “My daughter (Nirvana) and I are big fans of cooking shows. I love watching ‘Australian Top Chef’ and other cooking shows. Being able to host a show with a twist to our regular foods is very exciting. To be able to do it with my peers is even more fun,” she says.

The series is currently streaming on a Telugu OTT platform.

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Lakshmi Manchu’s reaction when she’s reminded vacation is over

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Actress Lakshmi Manchu has shared how she reacts when someone reminds her the vacation is over and that she needs to return home.

Lakshmi, who is currently in the US with her family, posted a picture on Instagram. In the image, she is seen wearing a black ribbed T-shirt paired with blue denims. She is holding an axe in one hand and is pointing towards the camera with the other.

“When someone reminds me that my vacay is over and I gotta go back home! #LakshmiUnfiltered #WhatsOnMyMind #Mood,” she wrote as caption.

Lakshmi recently got inked for her daughter Nirvana. The actress, who lovingly calls her seven-year-old daughter Apple, got a small apple designed on her left shoulder and a little heart on her wrist. The actress shared she has always been fond of tattoos.

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Lakshmi Manchu gets inked for daughter Nirvana

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Actress Lakshmi Manchu, who is currently in the US with her family, recently got inked for her daughter Nirvana.

The actress, who calls her seven-year-old daughter Apple, has got a small apple designed on her left shoulder and a small heart on her wrist. The actress says that she has always been fond of tattoos.

“I’ve always been fascinated with tattoos. I have quite a few which I hide very beautifully. Being in America always excites me to get inked again. I haven’t done this in a few years but I thought it was perfect to get a tattoo of my darling baby apple. Because I often miss her when I’m in shoots or when I travel and it’s nice to have an ink with her reference so I can turn around and kiss it, kiss my shoulder everytime I think of her,” says Lakshmi.

She adds: “It is not something that I come up with. I have 10 things I wanna do and and then I show up there and then I just let my intuition take me to which tattoo I want to get, so I got two little ones, and here is a sneak peak of it,” Lakshmi tells IANS.

The actress has been giving a glimpse of her vacation to her followers through her Instagram account.

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AHA announces aha Bhojanambu, hosted by Lakshmi Manchu

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AHA announces aha Bhojanambu, a fun talk show hosted by Lakshmi Manchu with a culinary twist.

100% Telugu streaming platform aha, which houses the latest blockbuster films, web shows and originals, is turning a new leaf.

The platform that ushered in a new era of popular non-fiction content in Telugu web space, with a flurry of talk shows like Sam Jam (hosted by Samantha Akkineni), Tamasha with Harsha (hosted by Viva Harsha) and the third season of Rana’s No.1 Yaari, is putting together another talk show titled aha Bhojanambu. Actor, producer Lakshmi Manchu will host the show where the biggest celebs from the tinsel town dish out yummy delicacies across various cuisines and bond with the host over their love for food.

The show is co-presented by MTR & Himalaya Pure Hands.

“aha Bhojanambu is the perfect platform to showcase our products and their usage, as it combines the love for food and celebrities in a distinctive way,” said Sunay Bhasin, Chief Commercial Officer, MTR Foods Pvt. Ltd.

Sarfraz Rumane, General Manager – Health & Hygiene, Consumer Products Division, Himalaya Wellness, said, “We are delighted to partner with aha for their celebrity cooking show – aha Bhojanambu. Celebrities cooking great food and emphasizing on the importance of hygiene while cooking is a great way to spread the message. With aha’s wide reach, we will amplify the importance of hand hygiene and exemplify Himalaya’s mission of sharing Happiness through Wellness.”

aha Bhojanambu triggers the many pleasant memories and nostalgia associated with food in the lives of the guests over fun conversations. The viewers will have an adequate dose of adrenaline rush with several food challenges in store. Through aha Bhojanambu, the platform rings in a new twist to the talk show format with a mouth-watering culinary dimension.

The list of stars who’ll add glitter to the show with their presence runs long and includes Rakul Preet Singh, Tharun Bhascker, Vishnu Manchu, Akhil Akkineni, Prakash Raj, Anand Deverakonda, Rana Daggubati and Vishwak Sen to name a few.

Lakshmi Manchu, in a league of her own and with a vast experience in hosting talk shows, promises to be at her peppy best.

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Lakshmi Manchu starts four-part series on dealing with kids during Covid

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Actress Lakshmi Manchu has started a four-part series titled “Unlocking Positive Childhood Experience”. The series aims at providing solution to parents on how to deal with children affected by the pandemic.

The series brings forth cases about mothers and children who have battled the virus. An episode will throw light on discussions with children around the subject, with the help of a therapist.

“There is a lot of information that is floating around but very little catering specifically to kids. As a mother, I had a lot of questions and concerns and I thought we should curate something during this pandemic to enlighten parents on how to take care of their kids on how to take care of their children if they after effected by Covid-19 in any way,” Lakshmi told IANS.

The Telugu actress eventually narrowed down on four topics, which according to her will have a strong relatability quotient.

“It was very difficult to narrow down on how many episodes.narro but then I was thinking about what are the most commonly asked questions. ‘What if we get covid?’ Then we have mothers and kids who are covid survivors. There is a nutritionist from Hong Kong who will specifically cater to babies and toddlers, besides a therapist to understand what grieving is and how to talk to children and what are the words to use. Then I thought it would be fun to have some yoga where mothers can partner with their children,” she said.

Lakshmi, who has her own YouTube channel, added: “My takeaway from this is that one needs to have patience and to know that our children are more resilient than we think they are. We should not rub our fears on to them.”

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Lakshmi Manchu helping kids who have lost parents to Covid

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Actress Lakshmi Manchu is doing her bit to help children who have lost their parents to Covid.

Her NGO Teach for Change will be extending support to 1,000 kids who have lost their parents to the virus. Their team is already on the ground, identifying such kids. They will be helping them with education, basic necessities and also help build a foundation for themselves.

“On a personal front, I have been helping as many people as I can, trying to find medications or hospital beds and vice versa. The effect of Covid is more devastating post getting Covid even for the families and children who lost parents during this time,” she says.

She adds: “We, at Teach for Change, are committed to taking care of 1,000 kids from lower-income households — of their education, tuition, clothes and whatever it is they need help with.”

Recently, the actress also stepped up to help the community of Hyderabad by donating 1,000 cooked meals in hospitals.

“The initiative started with the lockdown where most people around the hospitals have been coming in from smaller towns and have no access to food. So, we chose a few hospitals that we would distribute 1000 meals during the entire lockdown. Our team at Teach for Change, our volunteers, our team members have been doing this every single day and are so grateful to be able to feed people and take hunger away from them,” she says.

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Lakshmi Manchu cycles 100 km for a cause

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Actress Lakshmi Manchu on Sunday completed 100 km of cycling here for a cause. She had pledged this initiative to support the differently abled for sports.

Sharing her experience, Lakshmi tells IANS, “Iave always been moved by the Philosopher Marcellus Aurelius. He says, “To be tolerant to others and strict with yourself’. This is what drove me every day for the last 60 days- waking up at 5am, drawing my boundaries, setting a structure, and toiling hard every day.”

The actress participated in the cause for Aditya Mehra’s foundation and says that her inspiration came from various people in need.

Lakshi, who was recently seen in Telugu web series, “Pitta Kathalu” says, “Inspired by the many who have less than me and inspiring my community who have more than me. I’m grateful to Aditya for putting this ride together.”

The actress had earlier shared her reasons for taking up the cause. She said, “My heart again went out to these people, who have a limb or something missing from their lives because of they weren’t born like this, they had an accident or they were in the front lines saving our country and they willingly gave up a part of their body for the betterment of us or an accident took it away

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Lakshmi Manchu: Drew from real people to create my role in ‘Pitta Kathalu’

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Actress Lakshmi Manchu, who will be seen in the Telugu OTT series Pitta Kathalu, says she has brought alive her character of Swaroopakka drawing from a mix of people she has seen in life.

Swaroopakka is a narcissistic politician, and Lakshmi says that it wasn’t easy for her to bring alive the part.

“This was really tough. I don’t relate even one bit to what I did in this character. But then if the ability is in me, I have to bring it out. I had quite a few people I could channel, and I’m sure my friends who see me in this character will immediately identify in at least one or two instances who I was channelling,” Lakshmi tells IANS.

Lakshmi, who primarily works in Telugu films, has also worked in films and on TV in Tamil, Hindi and English languages, including an appearance in the popular American show, Desperate Housewives.

“As an actor you are always looking at characters that push you and challenge you, and find places that make you uncomfortable because what I believe is art is something that should make you feel uncomfortable, it should make you ask questions. So you push the boundaries, you cannot have art and create art through other people’s morality, it has to come from a place of truth,” she says.

“I’ve had the good fortune of seeing some amazing incredible people who are in the service of the people and the public, who are politicians, who are selfless and their whole game and goal was to really give back to the nation and to the people around them,” she adds.

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Lakshmi Manchu: Interesting time awaits cinema post pandemic

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Lakshmi Manchu feels if the novel coronavirus is here to stay, so is the thriving culture of cinema. The Telugu actress says the ongoing pandemic will bring a lot of logistical changes, and it will be interesting to witness the evolution of showbiz post pandemic.

“It is definitely going to be an interesting time for cinema going forward,” Lakshmi told IANS when asked about the future of cinema post Covid-19.

“Lots of logistical changes will need to be made but we all know cinema cannot leave people’s lives. The virus is here to stay. We need to adapt and change our lifestyle and how we perceive things going further. No more crafts services for a while,” she added.

Coronavirus pandemic has led to massive slowdown of the economies, bringing the entertainment industry worldwide to a standstill. There’s no clarity about when normalcy will set in, or if the world will have to embrace the new reality of social distancing and virtual hangout sessions.

But Lakshmi isn’t anxious about the uncertainty.

“Actually for the first time I’m not anxious. Now you know nothing is in your control. It has truly taught me to be in the moment in many ways. We all have to learn a new way of life and how fabulous is that. How many of us will get this opportunity. What we are going through is pretty wild,” she said.

The daughter of veteran actor Mohan Babu is spending her lockdown with her family.

“This is the first time since college to have spent so much time with them,” she said, who mentions that staying with parents “feels like a resort”.

“Family is someone you don’t choose to like but have to love. Over the years of bickering.. you know what I mean..But I realise I have a beautiful loving caring family. A family that lives by morals and ethics. It is so nice to see how we perceive life and how close we really are,” added the actress.

Amid the lockdown, the actress has come out with “Locked Up With Lakshmi Manchu”. In the show, she interacts with people from different walks of life, including film and political personalities, live on her Instagram.

Talking about the series, she said: “I was generally having a conversation with a friend of mine who suggested I should do lives with people I know around the world. One thing led to another and this whole series came together. I couldn’t be happier that I could entertain my fans and myself through this quarantine. I am so glad that I could reach out to so many people around the world and connect with what’s going on right now.”

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Lakshmi Manchu to host ‘Feet Up With The Stars’ in Telugu

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Actor Lakshmi Manchu is excited to host the Telugu version of the chat show “Feet Up With The Stars”. She promises a fun ride.

“I am really excited to host the Telugu edition of ‘Feet Up With The Stars’. The show and its uber chic and casual format is very unique and a perfect setting to get your favourite celebrities to get candid and share their secrets,” Lakshmi said.

“It is going to be a fun ride where I bring the fans closer to their favourite celebrities. A lot of them are my friends and peers from the industry and I can’t wait to have a fun conversation with them. It is going to be an interesting experience to get candid with them and I am looking forward to it,” she added, about the show that starts streaming on VOOT from September 23.

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Manchu Lakshmi fires on Air India

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Actress Manchu Lakshmi fires on Air India in a series of tweets as they delay the flight for technical reasons. She questioned, ” What is joy in keeping passengers in the dark for over 4 hrs”. She was travelling from Pune to Hyderabad and the flight got delayed and the crew was giving false reasons for the delay.

She tweeted, “Dear @airindiain, u made wait 4 hrs in the airport with ur lies of we will take off shortly and now when we are supposed to take off at 12.15am now u tell us another 2 hr delay. An officer walks away as he speaks to me.. No food no water no information.. Stranded in pune! Now what. And now I get information from hyderabad to tell the ground staff in pune whats happening with their flt. They lie bad weather when they changed flts because of technical issues.. What is joy in keeping passengers in the dark for over 4 hrs ?? ”

Earlier Venkayya Naidu (before becoming Vice president) also slammed air india for the same reason.

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