2017 wasn’t a great year in my point of view: Regina Cassandra

Regina hasn’t had a great 2017 and the actress does admit that, but is very motivated about the kind of films she has up her sleeve for 2018.

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Actress Regina Cassandra has few interesting films lined up in 2018 and one of them is Venkat Prabhu directorial ‘Party’. Said to be a comedy genre, ‘Party’ also stars Jai, Ramya Krishna, Sathyaraj, Nivetha Pethuraj, Sanchita Shetty and Sham in important roles. Regina hasn’t had a great 2017 and the actress does admit that, but is very motivated about the kind of films she has up her sleeve for 2018. “Honestly, 2017 wasn’t a great year in my point of view, but 2018 will be that! I’ve worked on several films that I think will bring out the best in me. For me, it’s more about how much of effort I put into a film. The characters that I’m working on now are different from what I have done so far, and I can’t wait for the audience to see it,” Regina Cassandra was quoted as saying by TOI.

Speaking about choosing roles which are not run-of-the-mill types, Regina says she always has tried to do something different and 2018 will witness few such films. “I’ve actually done two films already in which I am neither the girlfriend nor the wife. In Nenjam Marappathillai, I play a nanny. And in the Telugu film Awe, I play a drug addict, a girl who works in a coffee shop. I also got an undercut done for my role,” adds Regina.

Regina says that most of the times it is her gut feeling that drives her to choose a role and speaking about it, the actress says, “I have to like the story on the whole. When Thiru came to me with this film, I liked it because his stories have some realistic element. He does his research. Even if there’s something scientific, there is logic behind it. When I listen to stories, my decision is largely based on my gut feelings. It should be a win-win situation for both me and the film; I should benefit from it and also add value to it,” she says.”

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