Parvathy performs stunt scenes

DECCAN CHRONICLE | DEEPTHI SREENIVASAN
Published Nov 22, 2015, 5:01 am IST
Updated Feb 23, 2016, 2:43 pm IST
Ezhu Sundara Raathrikal fame Parvathy Nambiar opens up about her films and studies

Parvthy Nambiar is taking a break after the release of her latest movie Rajamma@Yahoo. No, she is not enjoying the break but tending to her sprained neck which happened while shooting for a new thriller. Parvathy who is best known for her role in Lal Jose’s Ezhu Sundara Raathrikal speaks about her latest movie Rajamma@Yahoo. “The film just released on Friday and I have been getting positive comments for my performance in it.”

The actor, who is also preparing for her semester exam this week, says acting in Rajamma@Yahoo was a great experience, “It was the same crew as Ezhu Sundara Raathrikal, so I was very comfortable being around people I know.”

 

Her mind is full of the horror thriller in Malayalam in which she plays a part. “I’m playing the lead role of a rich girl who is possessed by a ghost. The experience is amazing and I have to put in a great deal of effort to pull off this role. It is a physically strenuous role too. There were Hollywood style stunt scenes in it and that’s how I sprained my neck,” she says with a chuckle.

“It is actually a challenging role and I absolutely love taking up such roles. Director Mahesh Keshav suggested a stunt double for many scenes but I was up for those kind of things and I wanted to do them myself,”she adds.

Parvathy is a student of Mercy College, Palakkad, and she says she has got used to juggling examinations and shooting. “In school I used to balance studies and dance, now it is studies and films.”

The dancer and actress has been getting many offers from the Tamil industry but she says she is waiting for a really good story.

The shooting of her latest movie which is named Ghost Villa is currently progressing at Thiruvananthapuram. The movie is planned for release by January.
    
 

 

 

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