Shruti Haasan is one of the most popular actresses in the South film industry with quite a few hits to her credit. The actress, who has been part of multiple language films for 12 years, has now opened up about the choices of her scripts. Shruti said she has stopped listening to people who say commercial cinema will help an actor to survive in the industry.
In a recent interview with leading daily, the actress said, “I no longer listen to people who say we need to do only commercial films. I’ve been a part of some blockbusters but didn’t have a great time doing them. I am making more honest choices now (sic.)”
Shruti also spoke about nepotism and how the Haasan tag caused luggage for her. Shruti Haasan said, “I understand why this topic is at the forefront again. I’ve always said that being a star kid gives you a key to open the door to the industry. After that, I saw a stark difference when I enjoyed being a nobody in London. People wanted to listen to my music and that was amazing. It was a reconciliation of the fact that this is not an imagination, that I have talent (sic.)”
On the work front, Shruti Haasan is waiting for the release of her upcoming Telugu movie Krack, where she will star alongside Ravi Teja. NThis movie is directed by Gopichand Malineni. In Tamil, she will be sharing the screen space with Vijay Sethupathi in the film Laabam. The film is being directed by S.P.Jagannathan and is touted to be based on the life of farmers.