Speaking to a Tamil magazine, the actor said that it was a very tough phase in her life. Adding that she can’t make out if it was a good or a bad decision, she pointed out that it was very painful. Amala Paul revealed that she is in the process of moving on.
She has been quoted as saying, “I can’t say whether it was a good or bad decision, but was very painful for me. It wasn’t easy to arrive at it, especially when we both are from the film industry.”
Amala Paul made her acting debut with the Malayalam film Neelathamara in 2009 but shot to limelight with Mynaa in 2010 which also fetched her the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress and Vijay Award for Best Debut Actress.
She has acted in a number of Malayalam, Telugu and Tamil films since then and recently made her debut in the Kannada film industry with the Sudeep starrer Hebbuli.
Amala Paul and director AL Vijay reportedly met on the sets of Deiva Thirumagal, in which the former played a pivotal role while the latter directed the film. She also starred as the female lead in the Vijay starrer Thalaivaa which was directed by Vijay.