The beautiful Kriti Sanon is a busy bee these days. She has films lined up in multiple languages and is back to Telugu audience with Naga Chaitanya’s Dochay. On the eve of the film’s release, we caught up with her for a brief interview. Let’s see what she has to say.
Q) How did you bag this role ?
After the release of my debut film Neokkadine, Sudheer Varma contacted me and narrated the role. I liked my character immensely and decided to sign the film.
Q) Tell us about your character in the film ?
I play a medical student called Meera. She is a tomboy who is not interested in studies and does things on her own.
Q) What is Dochay all about ?
Dochay is a slick crime comedy which is quite new in Tollywood. There is also a huge dose of comedy which will keep the audience entertained right till the end.
Q) How was it working with Naga Chaitanya ?
Chaitu is one of the most fun loving persons I have ever met. He is so down to earth and never throws starry tantrums. I had a wonderful time working with him and Chaitu helped me a lot with my Telugu.
Q) Tell us about your director Sudheer Varma ?
He is one of the coolest directors whom I have worked with. His knowledge about film making is immense and knows exactly what he is doing. He takes a lot of suggestions from others which is very impressive.
Q) How is it working in different movie industries ?
For me, all the industries are the same as everyone comes here for the passion of movies. I never felt a culture shock or any major changes in Hindi and Telugu except for the language.
Q) Tell us about your future projects ?
I have some big budgets flicks like Farzi and Dilwale lined up in Hindi, and am listening to some interesting scripts in Telugu.
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