Heroine Rashi Khanna won a lot of hearts with her performance in films like ‘Oohalu Gusagusalade’ and ‘Joru’. Her latest film Jil is set for a grand release this Friday. On this occasion, we caught up with her for a brief interview. Let’s see what she has to say.
Q) Describe ‘Jil’ for us?
Jil is a stylish action entertainer and will be liked by everyone. This flick will surely entertain the audience in a big way . ‘Jil’ will surely make you feel a jil by the end of the film.
Q) Tell us about your character in Jil?
I play a character of a bubbly traditional girl named savithri in the film. My character gave a lot of scope for me to perform, and I hope the audience will like me in my character.
Q) How was it working with Gopichand?
I had a lovely time working with him. Gopichand is a very jovial and energetic person. I had a great time and learnt a lot from him.
Q) What attracted you towards this script?
The way all the commercial aspects were added to a unique story line attracted me towards this script.
Q) What kind of roles do you prefer?
My dream is do every kind of role that comes my way. I want to be versatile in my acting, and I should be able to carry off any role with ease.
Q) Who is your favorite co-star?
Naga Shourya is my favorite actor and I felt quite comfortable with him at the time of my debut flick.
Q) What kind of homework did you do for Jil?
As I play a glamorous role in the film, I worked on my weight and lost 5-6 kgs.
Q) Tell us about your future projects?
Currently, I am doing ‘Bengal Tiger’ with Ravi Teja and I have more interesting projects in the pipeline.
With that we ended our conversation with Rashi Khanna. We wish all the very best to Rashi Khanna for her bright career in future. Keep watching this space for more updates on ‘Jil’.
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