‘From Now, I’m Going to be Studious About Cinema’

Published: 04th December 2014 06:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th December 2014 06:07 AM   |  A+A-

Gayathri

Gayathri Iyer is the new entrant to tinsel town who is testing waters in Tamil, Bengali, Telugu and Kannada industries. The model-turned-actress started her career with the Tamil film Ninaivil Nindraval and made her mark in Telugu, Bengali and Kannada around the same time. Namo Bhootatma was her latest release, which she says was a surprise film for her. She is currently shooting for the bilingual film Ouija made in Kannada and Telugu.

 Born in Cochin, Gayathri is attracted to Kannada. “I did my early schooling in Mysuru and so the Kannada flavour still remains in me. I started off in Sandalwood with Shravana opposite Vijay Raghavendra. Namo Bhootatma was my second film and now, Ouija is in the making. The latter is a horror thriller directed by Rajkumar, and along with me are Madhuri Itagi, Shraddha Das and a Telugu hero called Bharath,” she says. Gayathri is happy to be exploring different languages. “Like the different subjects I had in school, I approach films in each language and try to excel in them,” she says.

 Her focus is on better performance and good subjects. “I don’t wish to make run-of-the-mill films with top actors. Now that I have stepped into the limelight, I have to concentrate on making better films that will set me a class apart,” she says.  Gayathri watches performances of actors and takes pointers. The idea of entering films came to me when I was in college, Gayathri reveals. “I was very studious and loved Chemistry. At some point, fashion shows started attracting me and I entered modelling and later, films. Now, I will be studious in cinema,” she signs off.

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