Interview : Krithi Shetty – Nag sir and Chay are perfect gentlemen
Published on Jan 11, 2022 3:00 pm IST

Krithi Shetty is going places in her short career. She plays a crucial role in Bangarraju. On this occasion, we caught up with her for a detailed interview. Here is the transcript.

Tell us about the feedback for your bold role in Shyam Singha Roy?

Uppena was a different experience. I was curious as to how the audience will receive my role. But not one person felt vulgar and the audience gave me confidence that I can do all sorts of roles.

What attracted you to this role?

The moment Kalyan Krishna started narrating the script and role, I thoroughly enjoyed it and laughed a lot. As the team and project are huge, there was no way not to sign the film.

Tell us about your role?

I play a village Sarpanch in the film. It is a very funny character and you will see me in a new avatar. Also, I had a tough time playing it as there were hard Telugu lines and slang which was hard to pick.

Your Telugu is good. Tell us about it?

I am now in Telugu cinema and language is a must. As I have worked on three films, I have picked it up. Also, I make sure that I speak Telugu with my team.

Working experience with Nag and Chay Akkineni?

When I signed the film, I was quite intimidated by Nag sir and Chay and how they will deal with me. But both the father and son welcomed me so nicely. In one word both the father and son are perfect gentlemen.

What drew you towards acting?

I am a psychology student and was doing Ads. I loved being in front of the camera and am living my dream here. I need to thank my fans and the film Uppena for putting me so high in my career.

How are you dealing with the third wave of Covid?

Covid is quite serious and once in a while, there is nothing wrong with slowing down and taking care of ourselves. This is also a phase and things will be better for sure.

Future projects?

I am doing different roles and feel so lucky. With each film, I am learning a lot. As of now, I am doing Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali, Macherla Niyojakavargam, and RAPO19.

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