Rasika Sunil Shares A Scene From Her International Short Film Wild Geese

Rasika Sunil the who is back to being Shanaya in ‘Mazhya Navryachi Bayko’ makes her acting debut in an international short film Wild Geese.

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Rasika Sunil Shares A Scene From Her International Short Film Wild Geese
Rasika Sunil the who is back to being Shanaya in ‘Mazhya Navryachi Bayko’ makes her acting debut in an international short film Wild Geese. This is a proud moment for Rasika’s Marathi fans. After her stint with Shanaya, when Rasika moved to the US, this is what she was up to! After Majha Navryachi Bayko, Sunil gained popularity in the Marathi audiences and now we hope she does the same overseas as well!

The actress took it to Instagram to share this proud moment as she writes, “Wild Geese!
A poem by Mary Oliver. The poem ties the very essence of this short film so beautifully.
I have been meaning to share this for a really long time now. This one is a snippet from a scene that I personally loved performing. Thank you @devanycalypso for trusting in me that I could be Vanessa. It is your faith that encouraged me to perform and believe that I am Vanessa. I admit, I was nervous but this short film taught me again that love only answers to the heart! And that is exactly what I feel for everyone associated with this film. #rasikasunil #shortfilm #wildgeese”.


The actress, who is much loved on social media, never leaves a chance to impress her fans with her scintillating beauty. The actress has left India and her acting projects midway for her higher studies in early 2019. She is presently back in her debut show thus replacing Isha Keskar in the show Mazhya Navryachi Bayko. Rasika is quite talented in singing, modeling, and dancing apart from acting. Moreover, she is undoubtedly one of the most fashionable actresses the M-town has ever seen.



Image source: instagram/ rasika123s
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