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Shruti Haasan on “Salaar” Role and Collaborating with Prabhas

Shruti Haasan is making waves with her portrayal of Aadya in Prashanth Neel’s “Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire.” In a recent interview with Hindustan Times, she delved into her character and the experience of working alongside co-star Prabhas.

The actress expressed her fascination with her role, emphasizing Aadya’s unique position as a misfit amidst a violent backdrop. “Aadya’s character intrigued me. Her perspective adds depth to the narrative, making it all the more compelling,” Shruti shared.

Speaking of her co-star Prabhas, Shruti revealed that part of her decision to join “Salaar” was to collaborate with him. She noted the striking contrast between Prabhas’ intense on-screen persona and his relaxed, friendly demeanor off-screen, commending his versatility as an actor.

However, the conversation also touched upon director SS Rajamouli’s admiration for Shruti’s dancing skills. Despite Rajamouli’s hopes for a dance number in the film, Shruti emphasized her focus on storytelling, stating, “Rajamouli sir appreciates my dancing, but the narrative remains my priority.”

Shruti’s diverse year included roles in Telugu films and her upcoming English project, “The Eye.” The psychological thriller, which has garnered attention at international film festivals, marks another milestone in Shruti’s versatile career.

As the year concludes, Shruti Haasan continues to captivate audiences with her multifaceted performances, promising more engaging roles and compelling narratives in the future.

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