Lavanya Tripathi is back to signing films, after a break. Following A1 Express, she has signed another new film, Chaavu Kauru Challaga.
Talking about the Koushik Pegallapati directorial, Lavanya says, “For the first time I am doing a dark comedy film. It’s one of those films where you want to laugh looking at the antics of every character.” Describing the principal characters as “narrative-driven”, she says that since she had worked with Geetha Arts Production House for a couple of films earlier, “it is like a homecoming.”
So why has the actress started signing films?
“That’s because I am getting roles where I have something to do,” she explains, adding, “There were times earlier that I went to sets feeling depressed. I can’t do that anymore. And the reason I signed those films is because it was difficult to say ‘No’ to a film, especially for an outsider like me.” Has she now learnt the art of saying ‘No’? “Not yet; I am still trying to figure it out”, she chuckles....