Acting has always been Amulya's first Love, and it was only matter of time, for the Cheluvina Chittara heroine to get back what she likes best. The heroine, who was last seen in Maasti Gudi says that marriage (Amulya's father-in-law is a politco) or politics-related work has never obstructed her acting. "I am anxiously waiting to get back to the silver screen," says Amulya, who hints that it will be as early as this year. "It's been a year since I got married, and I was held up with with political work along with my father-in-law. Now, that I am done with it, my mind is clear and I will be able to concentrate on films," she says.
She reveals that had a 'beautiful script' six months ago, which involved both Jagadish and herself. "This was from a newcomer, who has experience with short films. The script is very neat and to the point. It is more like an award-winning character. We had kept it on hold because of elections and other prior commitments. Now that we are done with all of that, we will get going with reading other scripts. In all likelihood, I may go with that project. But all of this will be finalised only after August. That's when can give out details on the producer et al," she says.
While Amulya has also decided to be very choosy, maybe even doing one or two good projects a year, she doesn't want to restrict herself to a particular character or genre. "Jagadish is a very broad-minded person and has no qualms with the subjects I choose. However, both as an actor, and one who is married, I will be particular my choices. I would only want to go with the best. Of late, I am influenced by films taken up by Nayantara and I would want choose subjects on those lines. In fact, the script I heard from this newcomer is somewhat on the lines of a film I would be interested in...it's one with a very different concept," she says.
The reason Amulya will begin working from August is because she and her husband are off to London for a holiday. "Election work had us busy, and we thought going to London would be the right break before we get back to work. Marriage has taught me to balance professional and personal life," she says.