For actress Sana Khan it is a dream come true

| BINITA RAMCHANDANI
Published May 1, 2014, 5:22 am IST
Updated Jan 10, 2016, 8:50 am IST
Sana Khan is excited about her debut in Tollywood
Actress Sana Khan. (Photo: DC/File)
 Actress Sana Khan. (Photo: DC/File)

Hyderabad: TV actress Sana Khan is all geared up to make it big in Tollywood with her upcoming movie Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya. After playing important roles in serials like Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?, Arjun and others, the actress will be seen in a unique character in the film wherein a father and son fall in love with her.

“I play Samitha, who is a dancer with whom a father and son fall in love. Ajay plays the role of the middle-aged father while Shourya plays his son,” says the actress, adding that she was not apprehensive about the role as she plays a character of her own age. “The film is already on the floors and we are shooting in Hyderabad,” she says.

 

Asked whether there was a wife and a mother (to the father-son duo) in the film, Sana says, “Yes there is and this character is played by well-known Tollywood actress Indraja. The film has family drama, emotions, action etc. It’s basically a full-on masala entertainer.”

Sana says that it took a lot of effort on her part to get into the skin of her character. “Since I essay the role of a dance teacher, I used to dance for hours together. But it was not difficult as I love dancing and also of late have been attending belly-dancing classes.”

About the language problem, she says, “I am attempting to understand Telugu and then give my dialogues. But language is not a barrier for me,” she says.

“I always dreamt of being a Tollywood actress since childhood. When I got the opportunity, I immediately grabbed it. This is my dream come true.”

On a parting note, she says that it is also a dream of hers to share screen space with Mahesh Babu someday. She says, “I have watched all his films and I am a big fan. After my dream of entering Tollywood coming true, I hope that this one too materialises soon.”





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