Actress Rahasya Gorak is set to test the showbiz waters with her debut film, Raja Varu Rani Garu (RVRG), directed by debutant Kiran Abbavaram.
Talking about her natural inclination for all things art, Rahasya recalls how she got into films.
"I started learning kuchipudi dance at the age of 3, and later, I learnt music. So my fascination for arts has been since childhood. But I decided to foray into films after winning a reality show in 2012. My parents, who were initially against my joining films, started supporting me after my win." recalls Rahasya.
Born and raised in Hyderabad, Rahasya has apparently worked in a couple of short films. "So I wasn’t camera shy and was game to start shooting for the film," she reveals.
Talking about Raja Varu Rani Garu, the actress says it’s a rustic romantic drama that deals with the fear of rejection. "The lead pair falls is in love but they don’t express their feelings fearing that they can’t take pain if they are rejected," explains Rahasya, who plays the role of a village belle.
"I enjoyed the filmmaking experience. Additionally, I have an insight into how various crafts work," says the actress who will soon debut in Tamil with the film Sarbat with Kathir.