Actress Amala Paul appears to be doing nothing wrong these days and is having a jolly good time out in Telugu. She was part of the critically acclaimed Deivathirumagal last year which did reasonably well in A.P. Again, she had her Vettai opposite Aarya, Kadhalail Sodhappuvadhu Eppadi (Love Failure was the title of the Telugu version) opposite Siddharth Narayan and Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal(MUK) opposite Atharva, releasing one after the another in Tamil.
Fortunately for her, except for MUK, other films did well and earned her the tag of a 'lucky actress'. She is now her hands full in Kollywood. Love Failure, which was also produced by Siddharth, endeared her to the Telugu viewers, giving her the image of a 'girl-next-door'. There were reports that she had also signed up her first direct Telugu film directed by V.V. Vinayak opposite Ram Charan Teja, who is riding on a wave of success as his latest film Racha (opposite Tammannah) has been declared a superhit.
She is now all set to pair up opposite another Teja in a new film. Reports say that titled Sir Osthara, the new film would pit Amala opposite the established Ravi Teja and would be directed by Parasuram. It turns out that Amala wasn't the first choice for the film as Parasuram had earlier toyed with the idea of casting one among the likes of Nithya Menon, Parul Yadav and even Trisha. Finally, he went ahead and signed up Amala as Teja's heroine in the film.
Parul might still find a place in the film as the director is said to be considering casting her in a significant role. Amala is mighty happy to be starring opposite a leading hero quite early in her career in Telugu films. Parasuram says that Amala plays an NRI who comes to India and falls in love with the scenic beauty of the country and also with Teja.