After actresses like Trisha, Hansika, Raai Laxmi and Andrea who turned ugly for their ghost avatar, it’s Miya George’s crack now.
After actresses like Hansika, Andrea, Trisha, and Raai Laxmi who turned unpleasant for their ghost avatar, it’s Miya George’s turn at the present. The Mollywood import plays a criminology scholar in the horror film, Rum with actor Hrishikesh. “I perform a criminology student who is a happy-go-lucky girl in Rum.
She stays with her dad and younger brother, on whom she showers maternal affection — they are really close-knit,” she speaks with a grin. Delving further into her ghost avatar, she replies, “That’s a mystery. I do agree it is a horror picture, but it’s not a typical flicker film. Director Sai has taken out the fear factor and horror by officially incorporating them in the script. I have a little bit of special makeup, but it’s not upsetting,” she reveals, adding that the film’s highlight is in its creation.
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When Miya George was launched in Amara Kaaviyam, she was welcomed as the next big thing in K’town, but flimflam had died down down. However, the performer says that she is not in a hurry to sign movies — “I want to pick projects and effort at a relaxed pace. After my first Tamil movie, I got busy with Malayalam. Now, I am also doing a Telugu show. In the film industry, everything works with designs. Sometimes it works and now and then it doesn’t.”
She also rubbishes gossips of sharing screen space with Vijay in Bairavaa, and claimed that it was spread by a false Twitter version. Happy with playing the personality of Anjana in Vijay Antony’s Yemen, fixed by Jeeva Shankar, she says the role is a meaty one. “When my debut movie’s director Jeeva sir called me, I immediately accepted it,” Miya signs off.