Tasting success early

Tasting  success early

The shooting for the movie is in full swing and the actress is excited about acting with Shivarajkumar.

“The story of Mailari is amazingly good. I am playing the character of a village belle, who is very quiet and shy.  As I am fond of love stories, I liked the plot which has been nicely woven around a romantic tale,” she beams.
The pretty actress is all praises about her co-star Shivarajkumar and admits that she accepted the offer definitely for him.

“If it was any other actor, I would have thought twice. Shivanna is so sweet and makes everything easy for others,” reveals Sada.

Meanwhile, she feels bad for missing the lead role in Aptharakshaka. “When director P Vasu offered me a role in Aptharakshaka, I couldn't make use of the opportunity and I still have regrets for that. This time when he approached me with Puli Vesham in Tamil, I signed up with a lot of hope,” she says. 

 The talented actress further reveals about her character in the movie, “I am playing a mysterious character which has grey shades to it. People look at me with curiosity and fear. The mystery continues till the end of the film.”
It might be a coincidence, but interestingly, all Kannada movies of Sada start with ‘M’ (Monalisa, Mohini and Mailari).

Is she looking for more offers in Sandalwood? “Not at all. Only after the completion of Mailari, I will  think about it,” she says and admits that nothing will stop her from acting in different industries, provided the role is good. 

Being in cinema for the past eight years, Sada tasted success early. “For me, it has been a good journey so far. People accepted me as an actress. No one has commented badly about my acting skills. That’s enough for me,” she confesses.
Sada made her Bollywood debut in Click starring Shreyas Talpade and Sneha Ullal. Her next release is Khalbali which is all set to hit the floors soon.
Sada made her debut in 2002 in Tamil film Jayam and won the 2002 Filmfare South — best female debut award for her role in the movie.

When asked about Bangalore, she says, “My connection with the City is very limited, but I know it’s a cultural hub and the people are very sweet.”

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