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Bimbashri signs second project after a year

The actress prefers playing character roles rather than scorching the screen for name sake

Published: 19th December 2017 12:34 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th December 2017 12:34 PM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

 

Though Bimbashri, lead actress in critically-acclaimed film Rama Rama Re, won applauds for her debut film, it took almost a year for her to bag the second project. Since she played the de-glam role in her debut, she is now eagerly waiting to change her avatar. “Every one were approaching me with roles akin to Subbi’s character. But I did not want to be a typecast. So I had to forgo many roles. Secondly, a few filmmakers approached me with different subjects but for second lead, which I did not wanted to do. I prefer playing character roles rather than scorching the screen for name sake. All these factors took a little more time than expected,” she says.  

The yet-to-be-titled film, helmed by newcomer Prashanth, will be a traigular love story, says Bimbashri, who is currently on the sets of film, which is taking place in Mandya. “Apart from the various characters, the film story also runs on a cycle, which has become a major property of our film,” she says.The actress hopes to complete the talkie portions in a month’s time and is simultaneously in discussion for her third project. “I hope to have good roles coming my way,” Bimbashri says



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