Shraddha Srinath, still basking in the success of her debut U-Turn, can find no time for a break.
The actor has just wrapped up the first schedule of her yet-to-be-titled film with Nivin Pauly. And, from today, she will be joining Suni's Operation Alamelamma.
"U-Turn being a thriller required me to focus on my performance. I wanted to do something light for a change and so picked up Operation Alamelamma. More so, knowing Suri's previous works and his directorial abilities, I was eager to work with him," she says.
Theatre artiste Manish Rishi will be debuting on silver-screen with this film. Abhishek Kasargod is the cinematographer for Suni's project.
According to Shraddha, the film by Suni is a mixed bag of thrills, love and suspense, but all done with a whole lot of laughs. Operation Alemalamma deals with a kidnapping case, which turns out to be mostly comical. "The shooting will take place in Bengaluru," she says.
Shraddha's first schedule of her Tamil debut went smoothly, but she is yet to meet the hero of the film. "Nivin Pauly was shooting for another film in Kerala and he had no scenes in this schedule," says the actress.
"He will be joining the sets from the second, and I'll get to meet him for the very first time," says Shraddha, who was made to feel comfortable on the sets of a new film. "I am slowly connecting with the Tamil industry," she says. The project is helmed by Gautam Ramachandran.
Meanwhile, Shraddha has also completed her film Urvi directed by Pradeep Verma.