After debuting with Krishna Gadi Veera Prema Gadha (KVPG) in 2016, Mehreen Kaur Pirzada has been in high demand. The 21-year-old actress has her hands full with at least half-a-dozen projects in the offing. The actress’ second Telugu film, Mahanubhavudu, will be seeing a Dasara release this year. Talking about the long window between signing her first and second projects, the Phillauri actress says that she waited for good films to come her way. “I wanted to sign the right kind of films,” comments Mehreen.
“My debut film was a big hit and everybody loved my character Mahalakshmi. My second film is going to actually prove my mettle and I am eagerly waiting for it,” says a jubilant Mehreen, who is paired opposite Sharwanand in the action-comedy. Interestingly, her third film, Raja The Great, opposite Ravi Teja will also be releasing two weeks after her second film. “Yes, I am very excited that both these films are releasing one after the other and I am confident that they are going to be blockbusters. Like my first film, everyone is going to love my role in these films as they are completely different,” says the Punjab-born actress.
In fact, these are not Mehreen’s only films to be released back to back. She has finished shooting for two more films that are now lined up for the box office. “I am happy to say that starting from Mahanubhavudu, it is going to be Mehreen season. I’m sure the audience is going to welcome me. I am eagerly waiting for my audience to watch me after so long,” she says confidently.
Another interesting aspect about all of her films is that all the lead actors’ characters are challenged one way or another. In KVPG, Nani was fearful of her brother, in Mahanubhavudu, Sharwanand has an obsessive-compulsive disorder and in Raja The Great, actor Ravi Teja is playing a visually impaired person. “It is just a co-incidence, but a beautiful one because all the scripts are so amazing and interesting,” says the actress, although, she adds, the roles are always challenging.
“Mostly, we just look at our own problems. But when we live our lives around people who have more challenging problems, and they still look forward to life more than us that too in a very lovely way it encourages us all to appreciate life, which is indeed, very precious,” explains Mehreen....