Shravya to work with her father

Published: 06th August 2013 10:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th August 2013 10:27 AM   |  A+A-


After her debut in Loosegalu, actress Shravya seems to have registered her name with many producers and directors. The latest that we hear is that she will be part of her father’s next, where she will be paired opposite Dhanu.

The rumour has  that her father, director Om Prakash, recently made an announcement on his birthday, July 31, that Shravya will be roped in for his movie, Huccha as she fits the role perfectly.

Reacting to this, Shravya diplomatically said, “I haven’t been approached directly by my father. I only heard about it through the media, which came as a surprise to me. I heard that he appreciated my dedication and wanted me to be part of his film.”

But she is delighted to know that she could prove to her father that she is a good actor. “Except for me being part of Huccha, the rest is still uncertain as I am yet to read the script. I will only be able to come out with more details as and when everything gets finalised,” she said.

Shravya is currently shooting for Rose and we hear that she will soon be signing another movie to be directed by Supreet. “The movie is yet to get a title and in all probabilities, I will be paired opposite Dhanu. The director has narrated the story and currently we are shooting for the trailers. My character has two shades and will see me in a peppy look as a college goer - very bubbly and tomboyish,” said the newbie who is glad that directors are noticing her performance. “It is only helping me to bag some good films,” she added.

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