Filmmakers think, I am busy, but I have become choosy: Shraddha Srinath

Success of last two films in Kannada and Tamil has made Shraddha Srinath selective

Published: 08th November 2017 09:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th November 2017 09:55 AM   |  A+A-

Shraddha Srinath. (Photo |

By Express News Service

Shraddha Srinath, who has been scorching the silver screen, is enjoying her time in the sun.

Her fans would be surprised to know that despite delivering back to back hits and in great demand all over the south, she is yet to sign her next project in any language.

She is presently in the last leg of shooting for her two Telugu films - Eedujodu with Adi, and Hai Krishna Mukunda Murari and has just 5 days of shooting left in her Kannada film, Godhra.

“Filmmakers think I am busy, but I have become choosy.  I want to take it slow. The success of my two films, - Operation Alamelamma in Kannada and Vikram Vedha in Tamil  has helped me to sort of get organised in my mind, as to what kind of subjects, I should be part of, and accordingly I am taking my time,” she says.

It is no wonder that she is trying out new things. A few days ago she walked the ramp for the first time in the city. “It was a fund raising event organised for a cause, and I was the show stopper,” she says.

What is that role, that can get the actress attention for her next project?

Shraddha says, “I want to be in a project where I’m not in a competition with the main hero, but at the same time equal importance is given to the heroine.

I can’t be on screen doing silly things and do cliched roles where the actress needs help and saving.

My role should have an impact. Whether it is a commercial or an offbeat film, I want to be part of well written characters and help them bring them to life,”

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