Lavanya Tripathi is a busy bee these days. She has four interesting films in the pipeline and the first to hit the screens is Maruthi’s Bhale Bhale Magadivoy. On this occasion, we caught up the talented actress for a brief interview. Let’s see what she has to say.
Q)Are you excited about your film’s release ?
Yes ! we have done a lot of hard work on the project and the film has shaped out extremely well and I am very confident about its success.
Q)Tell us about your role in the film ?
I play a Kuchipudi dancer in the film and share a superb chemistry with Nani.
Q)How was it working with Nani ?
I watched Eega even before I became an actress and was very much impressed by Nani. After watching some of his other films, I became a huge fan of his work and take him as an inspiration now.
Q)Don’t you feel that you are being type cast in homely roles ?
Yes and No. My image has become in such a way that people are associating with only these homely characters. I am ready to experiment and will surely do some out and out glamorous roles in the future.
Q)Your working relation with Maruthi ?
Oh ! Maruthi is a sweetheart. He calls me Tammudu and we got along superbly during the making of this film. He has done a superb job with the film which will provide you non stop entertainment till the end.
Q)How do you choose your roles ?
Firstly, I need to know the entire story of the film and what my character is doing in it. My role should excite me to say yes to the project.
Q)Why was there a gap after Doosukelta ?
I took a small break as my mother was not keeping well. Now, I am back with a bang and have some good projects in hand.
Q)What are your future projects ?
I have completed Soggade Chinni Nayana with Nag sir and my next film with Shirish is currently on floors. I would love to do some interesting projects and am eagerly looking forward to work with stars like Mahesh Babu and Pawan Kalyan.
Q)Finally, sum up Bhale Bhale Magadivoy for us ?
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy is an out and out entertainer which will impress you from the word go.
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