We all know that the crux of OK Kanmani was based on Live-in relationships. Speaking about her opinion on the same in an exclusive interview with JFW, she said, “I don’t need to necessarily have an opinion about it because if it happens it happens. I can’t just say what I feel and hope to change the world now. I don’t give that much importance to what say I have in other people’s lives and I think people should just have the freedom to be who they are so there is no me saying, do the right thing or not.”
Further, talking about her experience working in the film, she said, “I had worked with Dulquer before so that part was already taken care of. Working with Mani sir and PC Sreeram sir, I knew the film was going to be big. I also knew my role would be nice, far away from clichés and perfect in every way. I am glad for my character because Tara was something that I could totally relate to. I like a movie where I don’t feel like I am acting in it but naturally just being myself. I love being subtle and being myself when in character and that film brought the best out of me that way.”
On the work front, the actor is currently awaiting the release of Anjali Menon’s Wonder Women directed by Nithya Menen. She acted along with Parvathy Thiruvothu, Padmapriya, Nadiya and many others in the film. She has completed filming for the Malayalam film, Aaram Thirukalpana, which is currently in its post-production stage. She will be playing the role of late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in her biopic titled The Iron Lady. The biopic is in its pre-production stage. Nithya also has 2 web series in her kitty. She is awaiting the release of the third season of Breathe: Into The Shadows. She has also signed up for another web series in Telugu titled Kumari Srimathi. She will also be seen in a short film titled Color Of A Nation.