Anupama Parameshwaran talks to about her movies, career picks and more.
Anupama Parameshwaran, the Malayalam actress is currently gearing up for her 2nd Telugu movie Premam where she will be perceived in the similar character as that of the first Malayalam version. “The dissimilarity is the language and some changes have been done to outfit the Telugu conception. In Malayalam movie, my name is Mary and in Telugu version, I am Suma. There are not many changes in the role though,” says Anupama who selected to do both the languages of the show.
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Naga Chaitanya has 3 shades in this movie and Anupama couples with him in the 2nd part. “I was involved as to how would he alter his body and appearances, but when he arrived on the sets, I was astounded to see him in a faultless avatar. It is a great experience to work with Chaitu as he is so down-to-earth, pleasant and he inspires me since I am a stranger,” says the heroine.
Speaking about her debut movie A Aa, Anupama speaks “Director Trivikram is one of the topmost directors now so when he probed me for his picture, I couldn’t say no, though if the character was so small. Might be small or big, I love to trial with my characters,” she told. After this movie, Anupama and Trivikram have become friends. “His thoughts and ideas are really praiseworthy. He keeps counseling me about my profession,” says the heroine.
Several Malayalam artists are coming to Tollywood. “The film industry is greater here. According to me, money is not a priority as I am always on the viewpoint for new roles and I search for happiness in them. I wish to work endlessly, but at the similar time, I don’t hedge at whatever derives my way. I am not ready for a female-oriented character at present since I am young and inexpert. If I have the sureness that I can tug the picture all unaided, then I’ll certainly do it,” says Anupama.
She is shooting for Sathamanam Bhavathi contrary Sharavanand. “I have just comeback from a place named Tanuku and have grown-up fond of it. It is green and lovely and prompts me of my house in Kerala. I am proud that my roles have associated with the audience,” says Anupama. “Acting had an exceptional place in my heart, but I certainly not tried it. One of my friends sent my photos to someone who delivered it on to the director that is how I got chance in Malayalam. That was the wonder in my life,” smiles Anupama.