Keerthy Suresh, who initiated off as child artist in Malayalam pictures, ultimately made her entrance in Kollywood with director Vijay’s Idhu Enna Maayam. Although the movie didn’t get her much recognition, she went on to convert one of the Kannada industry’s hottest new visions.
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Keerthy, who performs Dr. Kavya in Sivakarthikeyan starrer movie Remo next, is rather anxious ahead of the movie’s release.
“Although Bakkiyaraj is the new director, he guaranteed that I had a lot much screen space as a hero. My role is not something extraordinary or anything yet. You can find out a ‘Kavya’ in every single household. The prominence of the character is that persons of her age will be capable of relating to her condition and connecting with it. After the elevations, there are vast expectations,” she said.
Her newest, Thodari, has been the focus to sundry reviews from the opponents — “I signed the picture mainly for the innocent role I played. I had to perform like a Malayali who didn’t understand Tamil — and it was hard. So I had to transliterate my lines into Malayalam. But I consider the picture could have been better in other features.”
In a small period, Keerthi has accomplished to strike the correct chord in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam trades — “I thought it might be difficult to cope in three languages. But, I am blessed as Telugu and Tamil are fairly similar. Though, I cannot extemporize in Telugu movies as I don’t know the linguistic,” she admits.
Keerthy also privileges that she is not much of an organizer — “I don’t consider about my former or future. I don’t discern if I am going to develop an A-lister tomorrow.”
The Rajini Murugan heroine also acts a college girl in her upcoming movie, Bairavaa, with Vijay. “I can’t reveal information about the movie, excluding that working with Vijay sir was amusing. I have esteemed his screen presence and I can’t ponder of him as a co-star. It is still a fan instant for me!”