Vaishali's Dreams are Coming True

The actress is glad to have a mixed bag of good films as she makes her mark in Tamil and Telugu industries

Published: 14th September 2015 05:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th September 2015 08:26 AM   |  A+A-


Vaishali Deepak never complains of lack of time as she knows every moment’s worth and the amazing fruits of living with patience while toiling hard. No wonder then that the actress is reaping the fruits of hard work, which she put in the beginning of her career.

Vaishali.jpgLooking forward for the release of her debut with Charlie this Thursday on Ganesha festival, the aspiring actress, who plays an innocent character sharing a special bonding with the protagonist played by Krishna, says, “It was a dream to see myself on screen and it is finally coming true. I started working towards my goals in 2013 and Charlie was one of the first few films that came through. Though delayed, I still feel that this film is the right launch pad and I am confident that the character will connect with the audience since it is pivotal to the film’s narrative.  The script is strong and the result has come out well.”

And though Milana Nagaraj is also part of the film, the actress says that the script is well divided and all characters have equal screen space.

While Vaishali feels that she has given her best for Charlie, she has also utilised time to her benefit and bagged some prestigious films.

 “I have been offered some good films from various directors. My next film is Tunda Haiklu Savasa directed by Giriraj BM. I have worked in Shivalinga directed by P Vasu, where I had the opportunity to work with Shivarajkumar along with Vedhika followed with Kabira, in which I am part of small story that comes in the first half of the film. I have also completed a Tamil film opposite P Vasu’s son Shakthi Vasudevan directed by Ravi. The audio is releasing on September 15 and they have plans to release the film in October. I am also part of a Telugu film Rock and am paired with Master Kamal, a renowned guru. It is fictional film and most of it has been shot in Bangkok for two months,” explains Vaishali.

Although she knows that nobody can beat patience other than time itself, the actress believes that her ample tolerance levels and positive outlook has seen her this far.

“It was very rocky in the beginning but I kept moving ahead. I realise hard work and efforts come with their own benefits when the time is right. In a way, Charlie becomes special because it has given me that break to be an actress and more so because  it is releasing around a big festival,” she says.

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