Sharmiela Mandre back in Kannada

Sharmiela Mandre is currently on a career high, having bagged a Kannada film, Goa, a remake of a Tamil movie, after a gap of two years.

Published: 17th April 2013 12:29 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th April 2013 12:29 PM   |  A+A-

Sharmiela Mandre is currently on a career high, having bagged a Kannada film, Goa, a remake of a Tamil movie, after a gap of two years. Even though the actress has the Telugu flick, Kevvu Keka with Allari Naresh in her kitty, she seems to be back for her Kannada fans. She said, “I have to do a Kannada film because everyday I receive at least 300 messages on my Facebook and Twitter account enquiring why I was not doing a Kannada film. Now that I have got a good subject, I am more than happy to be part of the project,” said Sharmiela, who is currently in Hyderabad, completing the shoot for her first Telugu film.

“I will be joining the team of Goa film in three days,” she stated.When asked about being part of a remake and its significance, she stated that remakes have been a common scene in Bollywood and all other languages. “It is not necessary that the film will be done in the same way as the original. It is the treatment given to each film which makes all the difference. Accepting a remake is not a bad thing. I basically liked my character and I wanted to be part of an entertaining film,” she said.

Sharmiela revealed that she will soon be part of a bilingual film to be made in Tamil and Telugu. “Right now it is been an amazing journey for me. I started working at a very young age and took up movies for fun. Having explored myself in other industries, it has become more of a profession where I am getting to learn a lot,” she said.

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