Eesha is open to all kinds of roles

The actor is making her Kannada and Tamil debut soon and is excited about it

By Author  |  Published: 6th Dec 2018  10:49 pmUpdated: 6th Dec 2018  10:53 pm
Photo: CM Praveen Kumar

Eesha Rebba is pretty happier after her role is Aravinda Sametha has received positive response from all over. The actor spoke with the media on Thursday as Subramanyapuram, the film in which she is playing the leading lady, is releasing on Friday and the actor talks more about her debut projects in other industries.

Outspoken by nature, she was one of those actors who said that Telugu girls are not given importance or chances when compared to actors who come from other industries. Many have even appreciated it and the actor says that she can see some change now.

“One of my well-wishers in the industry has advised me to look for chances in other industries as they respect heroines from here a lot. I tried and bagged two films — one in Kannada and the other one in Tamil. The Kannada debut is with Shiva Rajkumar and it will go on floors in this month. The Tamil film will be launched in February,” she added.

The actor who debuted in Telugu industry with Indraganti’s Anthaku Mundu Aa Taruvatha in 2013, has done 10 films till now and says that she wants to be busier going forward. “I am juggling between four, five shoots. It’s not like I am acting only for money, but I am a passionate actor who likes to do more number of films as months progress,” added the actor.

The Awe actor also shared that she personally likes watching horrors and thrillers, and that is why she said yes to Subramanyapuram, her first thriller film. “Santosh, the director, approached me through email and then we met at a coffee shop, where he narrated the story. The narrative was impressive and I wanted to do it. I play Priya, a very religious girl, in the film. She respects traditional values and believes a lot in God,” said the youngster.

The actor also shared that she is open to all kinds of roles and never hesitates from asking for work. “An actor shouldn’t feel bad or hesitant about asking for roles and work. That is my bread and butter, and I don’t feel ashamed when I have to ask for work. I respect my job,” added the damsel.