Q) Three of your movies released in a short span of time. What is your feeling ?
A) I am extremely lucky to have three releases at a time and I am pretty happy with the success of all of them. My roles in them are quite different and as an actor, I feel very satisfied.
Q)Your Character in S/o Satyamurthy is not very significant. What is your opinion on that?
A) Firstly, I like Trivikram’s direction and I also wanted to explore myself in commercial films.So, I don’t have any regret for the insignificance of my role in such a big commercial movie.
Q)A bunch of your movies are getting released this year. Why this sudden transformation?
A) Actually, none of my movies released last year and I was busy in shooting for a couple of movies in that year. They got released this year along with the current projects.
Q)Being an actress, how do you manage the role of singing in movies ?
A) I love singing and I have no difficulty in managing acting and singing at the same time.
Q)How was it to work with director Mani Ratnam ?
A) It is a great experience working with Mani Ratnam sir and I did learn a lot of new things from him. Moreover, I do learn new things from many persons in my daily life.
Q)What is the best compliment you have received for Ok Bangaram?
A) I have received many compliments but I cannot recollect any one particular compliment.
Q) Are you interested in doing Bollywood films ?
A) As of now, I have no plans to act in Bollywood flicks. But, if I get a decent script, then I will act over there.
Q)What are your upcoming projects?
A) Currently, I am busy with Bangalore Days remake. Few others movies are ready for release soon.
- Interview : Nabha Natesh – I’m lucky to get a strong role in Nannu Dochukunduvate
- Interview : Pawan Kumar- Samantha is the heart and soul of U-Turn
- Interview : Aadi Pinisetty – I am not against reviews
- Interview : Naga Chaitanya – Sailajareddy Alludu is my most difficult role
- Exclusive Interview : Samantha- Chay’s success is more important than my film’s outcome