Rakul Preet takes fans on a chopper ride; Chooses interesting path to stay connected with fans

Rakul will next be seen in Suriya’s upcoming film NGK which is being directed by Selvaraghavan.

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Actress Rakul Preet, who took some of her fans on a chopper ride in Mumbai, says she has many thrilling ideas in mind for her admirers. As a part of the contest conducted on her personal app, three winners travelled from Hyderabad to Mumbai to go on a 15 minute joy-ride with her.

I am an adventure junkie and wanted to give a same experience to my fans. So now that I have an app, which allows me to see who are the top and most passionate fans and so I thought why not do something that will give a personal touch that my fans will be highly thrilled to participate in,” Rakul said in a statement to a leading news agency.

I got to know so much about them, their interests and it was great fun going on a helicopter ride! I’ve a lot more interesting ideas to meet my fans in near future too,” she added.  Rakul has featured in Telugu and Hindi films. In Bollywood, she has done Yaariyan and Aiyaary.

Rakul will next be seen in Suriya’s upcoming film NGK which is being directed by Selvaraghavan. NGK also stars Sai Pallavi in other lead role and will be the first time for both the young actors to team up with Suriya. Said to be an intense drama, NGK will have Suriya playing a rebellious character. Rakul will also team up with Karthi again after having previously worked with him in Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru.

Speaking about her costar Suriya, Rakul says that he has always been her favourite actor in Tamil cinema even before she started acting in Tamil cinema. “I’ve always been vocal about how Suriya is one of my favourite actors in the Tamil industry. He is so effortless and his eyes are super powerful. He is very strong as an actor, yet grounded. Karthi and he are genuine and gentle people,” Rakul was quoted as saying by Times of India.

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