Aishwarya Shindogi has carved a comfortable niche in Sandalwood after bagging back to back films even before her debut release. All of 19 years, Aishwarya is still a student of Business Hotel Management at Ramaiah College. The young lass says, “I didn’t want to miss the opportunities when they came knocking at my door.”
After Sapno Ki Rani, the newbie is part of two films with Duniya Vijay in the lead. “These films are unique for me in terms my character. Sapno Ki Rani will see me in different shades. But, I must mention my role in Simhadri because it is a character that is beyond my years. I play Vijay’s sister and in this role, I am married, go through pregnancy, suffering and death. To carry off such a role for a 19 year old was definitely not easy. I took tips from my mother, particularly when I had act like a pregnant women. Jackson too is a good script based on two love stories. It is a remake of the Tamil film Idharkuthane Aasaipattai Balakumara and again, Vijay plays the lead. I am paired with Abhishek in the movie,” explains Aishwarya.
She is thankful to actor Vijay and says, “If not for him, I wouldn’t have bagged such good roles in such an early stage in my career. After seeing my work in Simhadri, Vijay sir suggested my name to the Jackson team.”
Taking a step further, the actress has quietly signed a thriller film, which will be done in four languages. “The title of the film is 103050 and has something to do with mathematics and a well-kept secret by the makers of this film. The film is directed by a Tamil director Prabhu. Aishwarya, adds, “To be in spotlight at this young age is a plus point to me. This is the time when I can experiment with different kinds of films.” —