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Busy work life keeps me grounded: Mehreen

Having made a splash with her debut film Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gadha last year, Mehreen Pirzada is fast rising as one of the busiest actresses in Tollywood.

Published: 18th April 2017 06:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th April 2017 06:27 AM   |  A+A-

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Having made a splash with her debut film Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gadha last year, Mehreen Pirzada is fast rising as one of the busiest actresses in Tollywood.

With half a dozen projects in her kitty currently including Ravi Teja’s Raja The Great and Sai Dharam Tej’s Jawaan, she says her busy work life has made her responsible and respect what she has achieved. In a chat with CE, she said, “I have realised I’m nothing without my work.

The busier I get with projects, I become even more grounded because this lifestyle has made me respect my work and take it even more seriously.”


She doesn’t find it challenging to juggle multiple projects. In fact, she enjoys being busy. “I have always asked for more. It’s a blessing that I have been presented with so many opportunities.

I like the whole process of waking up early, working out and then going to the sets,” she said, admitting she did have to face setbacks.

Talking about working with Ravi Teja, she said, “It’s amazing to be working with a star and I can’t wait to join the sets in Darjeeling very soon. Although he plays a blind character, audiences are going to love him in this role. I have an equally different role.”

She also has a project with Sharwanand, and she’s all praise for director Maruthi. “He is the coolest director I have worked with so far. This is a fun project and it’s special for Sharwa because it’s coming after his hat-trick of hits. 
 

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