Every good movie I watch, the hero becomes my favourite. I start blushing every time a hero romances a heroine.
Even when I turn 60, they'll call me a child actor.
I've finished 12th standard from Poddar International and enrolled for B.A. in political science in Cambridge University, London. It's a correspondence course, and I'll go to London for my exams once a year. That way, I can devote more time to films.
I need to thank my director, producers, and artists as well crew members of all my projects.
Everyone has their opinion, and if no one criticizes, how will I improve my work?
My parents have put in a lot of efforts for me. Whatever I am and wherever I am is because of them. I won't do anything to displease them.
As a 17-year-old, I remember positively dreading dance sequences. I would come to shoots, quaking with nervousness at the idea of making other artistes do retakes due to my mistakes.
I have painted gods, and goddesses too, and my favourite is Ganesha and Radha Krishna.
I concentrate on doing good projects.
The Tamil industry, while being better than all the other film industries when it comes to treating female actors, is still dominated by men. So, I can only work within the space offered to heroines, and I think I am doing that.
I love the ubiquitous idly-dosa combination. In fact, that was my pet name as a kid! In school, I would bug the canteen boys to get me my daily quota of idly!
Obviously I will promote 'Vaalu.' It is my film. I am the lead actress in it; I play a major part, and I will promote the film.
I entered the industry at very young age, and I was like any normal girl at the age of 17 or 18. At that age, most girls are a little plump.
There is no point in pointing fingers because there are three fingers pointing back at you.
Whenever I am asked about my personal relationships, I politely reply, 'No comments.'
I'm very punctual. I wish I could change this about myself because most people around me are not.
Building a home for neglected senior citizens is my long time dream.