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The sultry lass is back in news again, yes we are talking about Sameera Reddy who has been making waves for her Kannada debut opposite ‘Kiccha’ Sudeep. Ask her about being the highest paid act

Published: 25th April 2012 07:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 10:30 PM   |  A+A-

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The sultry lass is back in news again, yes we are talking about Sameera Reddy who has been making waves for her Kannada debut opposite ‘Kiccha’ Sudeep. Ask her about being the highest paid actress of Sandalwood, she replies, “Well, I am happy to work Sudeep, he is a superb talent.” The actress who has worked in a versatile set up and several film industries tells, “I don’t come with my nakras on the sets. Although the working style in both South and North are different, I don’t find it difficult to adapt because I try to get into their style of working.” On her upcoming release ‘Tezz’, the actress said, “It was a memorable experience working in ‘Tezz’ as I got the opportunity to do a lot of action sequences. I learnt to ride bikes and in one instance I fell from the bike and bruised my leg.” She further added, “I remember Ajay Devgan went on to say that Sameera is one of the heroes of the film and he refused to accept me as the heroine.”



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