Entertainment Mollywood 02 Dec 2016 Fame is short-lived: ...

Fame is short-lived: Gayathri Suresh

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ANN IPE
Published Dec 2, 2016, 12:36 am IST
Updated Dec 2, 2016, 7:17 am IST
Gayathri Suresh has no qualms about bagging supporting roles and believes in staying rooted to the ground.
Gayathri Suresh
 Gayathri Suresh

She is definitely more than just a beautiful face. Former Miss Kerala Gayathri Suresh talks with a certain poise and wisdom but with the right balance of her age as her new movie is releasing on Friday. Even with a handful of movies in her kitty, the pretty actress has learned how to survive in the industry. With Ore Mukham releasing, the actress is pretty excited to act along with young stars of the time — Dhyan Sreenivasan, Aju Varghese and Prayaga Martin.

On her role in Ore Mukham, she says, “I play a subtle character which has no loud presence amongst her friends. She is a typical village girl who reacts only when needed. Since it is a college movie, it was so much fun in the sets and we all had the same vibe. Even the caravan experience was so much fun,” says Gayathri. After two years in Mollywood, Gayathri says she is not worried that she doesn’t play lead roles even though she debuted in Jamnapyari as the love interest of Kunchacko Boban.

 

“I understood that fame is short-lived. Just good role and good movie take us to the clouds. We can get carried away, but have to be careful with everything we say, act or behave. A small mistake can upset our fans and there ends our fame. Even on the sets, we need to watch our behaviour as it can decide our survival in the industry,” shares Gayathri. Even though Gayathri is becoming active in movies, she also has a professional career as a banker.

“I should really thank my bank for letting me continue to work even as I have to take long leaves,” she says. The pretty actress is also acting in Tovino-starrer Oru Mexican Aparatha, another college-campus movie which is slated for release next year. She will also be seen in Nivin Pauly movie Sakhavu. “I play the role of a nurse named Aishwarya, a kind and sweet character, not very modern. There are three female heroines in the movie,” Gayathri concludes.

 

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