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Viral: Sai Pallavi Helps Sister Pooja Get Ready For Engagement, is the most adorable video on social media!

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Pooja Kannan, sister of Sai Pallavi, recently got engaged, and the celebrations were filled with joy. Sai Pallavi, adorned in a beautiful cream and yellow saree, graced the occasion, capturing everyone's attention with her stunning appearance. Now, Sai Pallavi has shared heartwarming family photos on Instagram, expressing her overflowing happiness for her sister Pooja.

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 The engagement ceremony turned into a dance extravaganza, with Sai Pallavi stealing the spotlight with her energetic dance moves. Fan pages dedicated to the actress quickly spread viral videos of the lively celebration. However, what truly touched hearts was a cute video that went viral today, capturing the endearing moments between the two sisters.

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In the viral video, Pooja Kannan affectionately addresses Sai Pallavi as Sai Pallavi Senthamarai. The clip unfolds with Sai Pallavi attentively caring for every detail of her sister's makeup and arrangements. Dressed in a casual white kurta set, Sai Pallavi lovingly adjusts her sister's saree pleats, takes photos, and ensures everything is perfect. The video concludes with both sisters hugging each other, radiating pure joy and looking towards camera.

Sai Pallavi began her acting journey in the 2015 Malayalam film Premam and has since become a prominent figure in Tamil and Telugu cinema. Her notable films include Maari 2, Love Story, Shyam Singha Roy, NGK, Athiran, Kali, Fidaa, Diya, and Virata Parvam. Her latest appearance was in the 2022 film Gargi, and she has upcoming projects like Yash starrer Toxic, SK 21 and Thandel.

There are reports that Sai Pallavi will be part of Nitesh Tiwari's Ramayana. According to a Pinkvilla report from last year, filming for this project alongside Ranbir is expected to commence in February 2024. The first part of the trilogy will focus on Lord Rama and Sita, leading to the Sita Haran conflict.

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