Famous Heroine’s Sensational Statement About Telugu Industry !!
- Amala Paul
- Telugu film industry
In her recent interaction with a media portal, actress Amala Paul who is known for acting in some of the blockbuster Tamil films, expressed her views about Telugu film industry and why she chose to stay away from their films after acting in just 5 films. The actress, reportedly said that the makers of the industry would use heroines only for love scenes and songs and it made her to turn her back on them.
Amala Paul who rose to fame among Tamil audience through Prabhu Solomon’s “Mynaa”, went on to appear in a number of successful films. She paired with Dhanush in the two parts of “Velai Illaa Pattadhari” and with Vijay in “Thalaivaa”. “Vettai”, “Ratchasan”, “Thiruttu Payale 2”, “Aadai” are some of the notable films of the actress in Tamil film industry. She was last seen in a web film titled “Cadaver” which got released on Disney Plus Hotstar.
In her recent interaction with a media portal, Amala Paul opened on why she chose to not act in films that are being made in Telugu film industry. Between 2011 and 2015, Amala Paul appeared only in 4 Telugu films and left the industry. The four films includes Bejawada with Naga Chaithanya, Naayak, Iddaramayilatho, Janda Kai Kapiraju of Ram Charan, Allu Arjun and Nani respectively. Most recently, she played a small role in the anthology film “Pitha Kathalu” which was released in the year 2021.
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Talking about why he acted in very less Telugu films, Amala Paul said “When I went to the Telugu industry, I realized that there was the Family concept. There the industry is very much dominated by these families and their fans. And the kind of films that they were making at that time was very different”
“There would always be two actresses and we would be there for the love scenes, songs and everything was very glamorous. They were very commercial films and I couldn’t connect much with that industry at that point of time so I did very few films there” said Amala Paul in the interview with Etimes.
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In the interview, she also spoke about how she did not face similar struggles in Tamil film industry, despite being an outsider. “When I made my debut in Tamil film industry, filmmakers were exploring new comers. I had my set of struggles, a year went by in meetings and auditions. But from next year, I started getting offers. But then I did two films which never got released. And then my third film, Mynaa went on to become a blockbuster of sorts” the actress said.
“That made me a star overnight. So, then I started getting a lot of offers. because I had dne a very meaty role. I was accepted as a performer and I went on to work with all the A-listers soon enough” she added. On the work front, Amala Paul is expected to be seen in films such as “Adho Antha Paravai Pola”, “Aadujevitham”, “Christopher”, “Teacher” etc.