Hazel Crowney grooves to item song in 'Shankara'

British model-turned-actress Hazel Crowney, known for films such as \"U Me Aur Hum\" and \"A Flat\", has been roped in for an item song for upcoming Telugu action-drama \"Shankara\".

Published: 09th October 2013 12:14 PM  |   Last Updated: 09th October 2013 12:14 PM   |  A+A-

By IANS

British model-turned-actress Hazel Crowney, known for films such as "U Me Aur Hum" and "A Flat", has been roped in for an item song for upcoming Telugu action-drama "Shankara".

She will match steps with actor Nara Rohit.

"It's a racy song and Hazel has breathed life into it with her moves. She is definitely going to scorch the screen with her performance. I've seen her performances in the past and realised that she would be apt for this song. I think she was just perfect for it," the film's director Satya Prakash told IANS.

"She is paired with Nara Rohit in the song. The chemistry between them will come alive on screen," he added.

The shooting of "Shankara" was recently completed. It also features Regina Cassandra in the lead along with a host of other actors.

R.V. Chandramouli Prasad has produced the film, which has music by singer-turned-composer Karthik.

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