Adah Sharma made her Bollywood debut with the film ‘1920’. She is now getting ready to make her Telugu debut with the movie ‘Heart Attack’. The actress interacted with media members today, to speak about the movie. Read the transcript of our conversation here.
Q) How did you get a chance to act in ‘Heart Attack’?
A. I met Puri a year ago in Mumbai. He happened to watch my film ‘1920’ and liked my performance. I was supposed to act in his previous film, but things did not work out. Nithiin told me that they were auditioning for actresses and I took part. That is how I won a role in this movie.
Q) What kind of a director is Puri?
A. Puri Jagan is a guy who is crazy about films. He takes care of every aspect of filmmaking. He used to surprise us with something or the other everyday.
Q) Do you have a special comedy track with Brahmanandam?
A. Yes, There is a special comedy track with Brahmanandam and it has come out really well. It was a very nice experience and I learnt quite a lot from a senior actor like Brahmanandam. He is a very funny guy.
Q) What kind of an actor is Nithiin?
A. Nithiin is a very good co-star. He has scored back to back hits and he will succeed once again with this movie. This will be a memorable role for him.
Q) Did you accept any new films?
A. I have accepted a very big project. However, I cannot say more about this now. It will be good if the director or the producer reveal more details.
Q. Any lip locks in the film?
A. I think that is something that you guys need to watch on the big screen. This is the most important part of the film and Puri has designed my character in a very hot way. I am very tensed about the film tomorrow.
Interviewed by Raghava
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