Parvathy wants to get wicked

After the average run of Male Barali Manju Irali, it seemed that Parvathy\'s hiatus was not going to end. But after almost three years, she is back with Andar Bahar being her comeback film.

Published: 04th April 2013 01:26 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th April 2013 01:26 PM   |  A+A-

After the average run of Male Barali Manju Irali, it seemed that Parvathy's hiatus was not going to end. But after almost three years, she is back with Andar Bahar being her comeback film.

But she disagrees. "I don't consider it as a comeback film as I have never been off the screen. Doing films will keep continuing as it is my career. I don't mind if I am being part of just one or two in a year. I am comfortable taking a break because I don't want people to remember me. I want the industry and the audience to remember my character more than what my favourite colour would be and what I do otherwise. I am happy that I bring in good characters on screen," said the Malayalee beauty, who feels like coming back home whenever she is in Bangalore.

According to the actress, she enjoyed dubbing for Andar Bahar and feels truly honoured. "Kannada is a classical language, culturally very rich. I am very grateful to be part of the industry and be accepted," she said. In her past films, it has been observed that the actress has been part of roles, which seem to be mature than her age. Is it a deliberate move? "As actors, we get a bunch of characters from which we can choose from. A character could be a little dark or a little too mature, but through them I learn. However, I hope to do a negative character and be bitchy sometime. I am done with love stories and I am quite tired of it. I want to play some dynamic roles. Having said that, I still believe in every project that I have done and I have maintained a certain variety," she said.

Parvathy explained how she has maintained to be a class apart. "I live with the fact that every film could be my last film. I am not here in order to work. It is a place for me to grow as a person and to contribute something to the art form. My personal life is none of anybody's business. The only business they have to look into is my work. In fact my Tamil film, Mariyaan is a sexually liberated film; it was quite hard for me because as Parvarthy I like covering up and in the movie, she is brave to fall in love and is vulnerable. I have lived another life with this movie. The rest is left to the audience," she said.

 

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