Shraddha Srinath: Getting to work with Mani Ratnam was a stroke of luck

The U-Turn actress says that she was lucky to have been part of Mani Ratnam's Kaatru Veliyidai.

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Shraddha Srinath: Getting to work with Mani Ratnam was a stroke of luck

Actress Shraddha Srinath is on a high in her career with numerous projects under her belt in multiple languages. Shraddha Srinath shot to fame with 2016 release U-Turn in Kannada while her actual debut happened in 2015 in Malayalam film Nancy. Many filmmakers took notice of Shraddha and the young actress received many offers in many languages post U-Turn. Shraddha says that she doesn’t want to be confined as a glamorous actor and wants to do roles with substance.

Speaking to a leading daily, Shraddha Srinath spoke about many things including how she got a chance to work with genius Mani Ratnam. “I consider it a stroke of luck that I got to work with one of my favourite directors, Mani Ratnam,” said Shraddha about getting a chance to act in Kaatru Veliyidai.

Shraddha Srinath in Vikram Vedha
Shraddha Srinath in Vikram Vedha

Shraddha Srinath is also part of Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi starrer Vikram Vedha and will be seen playing Madhavan‘s wife in the film. Speaking about her experience of working on Vikram Vedha, Shraddha said,” It was mindblowing being on the sets. Pushkar and Gayatri have brought the best out of me. I am proud to be part of it. I play Priya, the wife of Madhavan’s character. I studied law when I was in college. Interestingly, there’s a scene in the film, where I discuss a case with my client. I found that the jargon in it was used incorrectly. I told Pushkar and Gayatri, and they said that my lawyer knowledge was put to good use.”

Shraddha is also part of Gautham Karthik’s Ivan Thanthiran which is gearing up for release. Speaking about the film, Shraddha said,” The film talks about the lives of engineering students. The makers released a two-minute video featuring RJ Balaji, which went viral online. We’ve shown how the whole concept of education has become entirely commercial.”


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