Regina Cassandra is one of the most sought after actress in Tollywood right now. After the huge success of Power, she is now back with her latest offering Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham. We caught up with Regina for a brief interview. Let’s see what she has to say.
Tell us about your character in the film ?
Unlike my previous films, I play a very serious character who has gone through a lot of difficulties.
How was it working with Sai Dharam Tej ?
I had a lovely time working with him. He is a simple down to earth person who has absolutely no airs about his family background. He works very hard on his dances and acting runs in his blood. I had a lot of fun shooting with Sai and am quite excited to work with him once again.
Tell us about your working experience with the director Ravi Kumar Chowdary ?
I learnt a lot while working with Ravi garu. He always gives me free hand, and tells me to do scenes the way I like them to do it.
You have become quite famous for you onscreen kissing. What do you have to say about it ?
Laughs ! Firstly, there is no lip lock scene in this film, and I feel that if the script demands one should not mind doing it. In fact, I feel proud that I have started the trend of onscreen kissing in Tollywood.
What kind of roles do you want to do in future ?
My dream is do every kind of role that comes my way. I want to be versatile in my acting, and should be able to carry off any role with ease.
Even though you are very famous, why you have not acted with A listers till date ?
I am getting there slowly. I have done Power with Ravi Teja, and recently did an Ad with Allu Arjun.
Who is the best dancer according to you in the mega family ?
Chiranjeevi garu is the ultimate dancer, but among the current lot I love Bunny’s dancing skills.
How are you surviving the stiff competition around in Tollywood ?
Competition in any field is very common. If there is no competition, how will the best in you come out.
Are you doing movies in any other language ?
Yes ! I have one Tamil film in the pipeline, but I am concentrating more on Telugu films as I have good market here.
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