Hansika Motwani much-awaited crime thriller, ‘My Name Is Shruthi,’ is set to captivate audiences when it hits cinemas this Friday, November 17. In an recent interview, Hansika sheds light about the film and praises Producer Burugu Ramya Prabhakar for spending right amount of money and making the movie run smoothly.
The film, delving into the dark world of organ harvesting mafia, serves as a unique backdrop that raise awareness about the looming danger of the skin mafia. Hansika Motwani applauds Mark K Robin’s superb background score, adding a layer of suspense to the narrative.
Highlights of the Interview:
Hansika shares insights into her character, Shruthi, who navigates a perilous trap within the Ad agency where she works. Describing her as a resilient fighter with unwavering confidence, Hansika teases that the audience will have to discover whether Shruthi can escape her daunting and almost insurmountable fate.
My mother is a Dermatologist. I asked her about the skin mafia and if it really exists. She told me she had read about it. The common man has been kept in the dark about it. Director Srinivas Omkar came across a few instances during his research.
Reflecting on the challenges of the script, Hansika expresses satisfaction with the intricate turns and twists in the thriller, emphasizing her joy in contributing substantially to the genre. The film, generating considerable buzz, promises a family-friendly experience that raises pertinent questions.
Addressing her career in Tamil cinema, Hansika explains the gap in her Telugu filmography, expressing contentment with her journey while aspiring for more achievements. She also expresses pride in fellow actors Allu Arjun and Prabhas for breaking linguistic barriers and maintaining humility despite reaching starry heights.
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