Honey Rose sheds weight to play a college-goer in Chunkzz

It is after a gap that the beautiful Honey Rose will be seen on screen. And, she definitely has made an impact in the promo song of her comeback movie, Omar Lulu’s Chunkzz.

Published: 17th May 2017 10:11 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th May 2017 06:45 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

It is after a gap that the beautiful Honey Rose will be seen on screen. And, she definitely has made an impact in the promo song of her comeback movie, Omar Lulu’s Chunkzz.


Quiz Honey on her disappearance, and she says: “It was an intentional break. I wanted to do only characters that I could relate to. I wanted to play someone like me. But, I was getting all serious and stereotypical characters. So, I thought a break would be better,” she adds.


But, when director Marthandan, who is also the executive producer of Chunkzz, and Omar Lulu approached her to play a mechanical engineering student, Honey was all thrilled.


“I was floored by the humour elements in the script. Then, I had to play a college student and had to look the part. So, I went on a diet to lose all the extra pounds I had gained,” she adds.


However, Honey says she had acted in Avarude Ravukal, in between, but the movie has been held up due to unexpected delays.

“Otherwise, I was enjoying the break, but also busy with studies and exams,” she adds. And, how was the experience on the sets of Chunkzz ? “It didn’t feel like a movie at all.

There was a lot of fun. We were all mostly young and there were many fresh faces. So, it felt like a fun ride,” she adds.

The actor says the movie will be a thorough entertainer. “The script itself is so funny and everyone will enjoy it,” says Honey.

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