Entertainment Kollywood 29 Aug 2016 Isha Talwar on the c ...

Isha Talwar on the comeback path

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | JANANI K
Published Aug 29, 2016, 12:15 am IST
Updated Aug 29, 2016, 1:19 am IST
Though the remake was not fruitful for the actor, she has been busy with projects in Telugu and Malayalam.
Isha Talwar
 Isha Talwar

Isha Talwar, who made her Tamil debut with the remake of the Tamil classic film Thillu Mullu with Mirchi Shiva, is back again after three years. Though the remake was not fruitful for the actor, she has been busy with projects in Telugu and Malayalam. Thanks to her promising debut in Malayalam with the award winning Thattathin Marayathu, she is a name to watch out for.

The svelte actor is now reprising her role from Thattathin Marayathu in its Tamil remake Meendum Oru Kadhal Kadhai with newbie Walter Philips. In a candid chat with DC, Isha said, “Thattathin Marayathu and MOKK are boy-centric films, and the hero has more scope to perform than the heroine. I don’t know what it is about my character that has attracted the attention of everyone. I think it’s the shyness and innocence that has made my character memorable. I am so thankful that Thattathin.. was my debut film as it has helped me in the long run by fetching quality projects.”

 

Isha also added that there wasn’t a big change in her character for MOKK, and termed the shooting experience as an exciting one. “ We shot the film in Pollachi and it was good meeting new people everyday. This is the best part of my profession and slowly I’ve started loving it,” she quipped.

The talented actress presently has an untitled Bollywood film with Saif Ali Khan directed by Akshay Varma. “I kept my options open for all the industries and I am really happy to have bagged this film. I shot with Saif for 10 days,” she stated.

 

When asked about the three-year-hiatus from the Tamil industry, she said, “The gap in K’town is not intentional, but I was busy with projects in Telugu and Malayalam. The more I faced the camera, the more experience it gave me. The gap has only worked out well for me,” she concluded.

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