Ramya Krishnan’s movie career has soared high and is currently the most sought-after when it comes to bold characters.
Post Baahubali, Ramya Krishnan’s film profession has soared high and is now the most popular when it comes to bold parts. After Kamal Haasan roped her in for Sabaash Naidu, where she stars conflicting to him, the striking actress has been contracted for Suriya’s Thaana Serntha Koottam. The movie has at present garnered attention for its stellar cast, which contains ace comedian Senthil, Keerthi Suresh, yesteryear director/cinematographer RJ.
The movie has at present garnered attention for its stellar cast, which contains ace comedian Senthil, Keerthi Suresh, yesteryear director/cinematographer RJ Balaji and Suresh Menon.
Confirming her role as part of the TSK, Ramya declares, “I am really thrilled! It’s a very vital personality and I was floored when manager Vignesh Shivn narrated it.” Fielding probing queries about her character, she says, “I can’t reveal much at this point of period. Then the entire plot will be out.
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All I can say is that it is neither easy nor with grey shades.” Talking about the relation with Suriya in the movie, she reveals, “My character is not directly related to Suriya in anyway in TSK, but it is a vital one and takes the story forward.” No wonder the Padaiyappa artist has given 35 days of her call sheet to the film.
The actress speaks that she is happy with the characters she is being offered right now. On Sabaash Naidu she states, “We completed one schedule in the US. It is just sufficient to be alongside Kamal sir. You learn the whole thing. Like in our earlier picture, Panchathanthiram, I have attempted funniness in Sabaash Naidu. I do have a flair for humour. Like I said previous, one can follow what Kamal instructs, and the shot will get approved in the first take itself.”
She has a vital role to perform in Baahubali 2, she quips. “In Baahubali: The End, I have a significant screen space as the recollection portions open up here. The shooting is still working on. I am looking forward to it!”