The hot and happening Raashi Khanna, is slowly but steadily making her presence felt in Tollywood. The talented actress is gearing up for the release of her upcoming film Shivam. On this occasion, we caught up with her for a detailed interview. Let’s see what she has to say.
Q) Tell us about your character in Shivam ?
I play an egoistic character called Tanu. She picks up a lot of fights with the hero and my chemistry with Ram will have a Tom and Jerry kind of a feel.
Q) Ram is well known for his dances. How did you manage ?
I had a tough time dancing with him but I trained well and somehow managed to pull it off.
Q) What is the USP of Shivam ?
The story of the film is quite unique and will strike a right chord with the audience. Also, the film will be a visual feast as we have shot in some picturesque locations in Europe.
Q) Tell us about the music of the film ?
Devi Sri Prasad has done a wonderful job with the music and the entire album has come out exceptionally well.
Q) You are a good singer. Why didn’t you sing for this film ?
Right from the beginning, I was supposed to sing for the film. But when the actual recording time came, I was shooting in Norway and missed the chance narrowly.
Q) Tell us about your association with the production house ?
Shravanthi movies has been so wonderful to work with. They took best care of me and pampered me throughout the film. Ravi Kishore sir is a true gentleman and has been complimenting my work from a long time.
Q) You seem to speak Telugu well. Have you taken any training ?
My first film Oohalu Gusagusalade taught me a lot of things and I picked up Telugu from everyone. I wish to dub for my films in the future but am waiting for the right time and character.
Q) You look quite glamorous in the film. Have you taken any special care ?
The entire credit should go to my creative team and cameraman Rasool for showcasing me wonderfully.
Q) What kind of a person are you in real life ?
I am a very simple and down to earth person and don’t have any high ambitions. God has given me more than I deserve and am very lucky to be in this field which gives me huge recognition.
Q) What are your upcoming projects ?
I have Supreme with Dharam Tej and Bengal Tiger with Ravi Teja.
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