First Look of Bold Film on Casting Couch

The first look poster of ‘Commitment’ was released featuring four hot girls in hot avatars. One of them happens to be a known name to us, RGV’s ‘ICE CREAM’ girl, Tejaswi Madivada. The other three actresses are Ramya Pasupuleti, Simar Singh and Anveshi Jain playing the main roles.

‘Commitment’ has been the buzz word for the casting couch across film industries that means asking the actresses to compromise in the form of sexual favours. Going by the title and the first look poster, the movie is going to be a bold take on casting couch issue in the industry.

Lakshmikanth Chenna is directing this movie that is expected to release in April. It is learnt that the movie will be based on real-life experiences of several actors. Tejaswi Madivada is said to have confirmed that some scenes in the movie reflect her real-life experiences.

Well, casting couch has been a recurring issue as more and more actors are coming out sharing their unpleasant and disgusting experiences. But, many filmmakers in the South didn’t touch the subject yet. Let’s see how this narrative ‘Commitment’ does justice to the theme that has been bothering many.

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