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I Really Need To Spend More Time With My Kids: Simran!

Simran is a wonderful actress!

She proved her mettle with ease, through her diverse assortment of roles, her discreet expressions and her forceful delivery. She carved a place for herself in the cinema industry no successors could fill. For Simran, time has stood still as the reigning queen of Kollywood is now back at what she has always done best – capture the room!

Gone are the days when an actress’ marital status caused her stigma. Gone are the days when age was a determinable factor for an actress whereby she either played a fun loving, naive female lead when young or mother characters in a span of just 5 years later. Has cinema changed? Or has time stood still for Simran? With a radiant glow, amazing posture and a youthful smile, Simran proves that not only can one age gracefully but one can age down. In a conversation with JFW, she talks about getting younger and getting to be cast in one of the biggest upcoming films of the year!

 

“I feel good about my comeback!”

Simran stands as a statement that cinema is indeed changing for the good, especially for married women. With a comeback after more than a decade of hiatus, it is not easy to bag a role in a major project after marriage, let alone motherhood plus a long gap. Simran is absolutely elated that the wheels of modern cinema practice are changing with her as the first spoke. “This is truly a comeback! I feel good, really good. I am proud of the movie I am doing now and being Thalaivar’s pair on his 165th film is amazing!” Talking about the way people perceive comebacks and the difference in the industry regarding professional developments, Simran shares, “I don’t think there is a major difference in the way films function during the shooting stage from back then to now. There are, I think, minor differences in the success ratio of films compared to before. I think because of technology, social media taking over people’s opinions, the public has a lot to say and are pretty active on whichever channel they use. Back then the success span lasted a while! Movies ran for months and actor’s careers ran for years but all that has reduced with the influx of newer talent and newer movies. Hard work counts, so if you want to stay for long, you can give your best and that should be just fine.”

“Need to spend time with kids.”

With two lovely boys vying for Simran’s attention and a movie with the Superstar, Simran’s hands are full, but that’s not the way it always was, she reveals. “It is very tough. You can’t just get away with multi-tasking for sometime; you need to sit down and give things its due time. I was busy with television work when my boys were young. Several times I had to take a break and spend some time with them. Teach them values. Now with the entire shoot schedule, I still try to find time to do things with my boys but they have also grown up to a point where they don’t need me too much so it is an easier phase. I never lost sight of who I am first and foremost, and that is an actress. This is why I am back here doing what I love. It is like everything has fallen into place now. My boys are grown up and I am back to my work so that has panned out well. I still would like to be there for my children because the more time you invest the better they are nurtured, so I am going to continue doing my best.”

 

“I feel good about my comeback!”

Simran stands as a statement that cinema is indeed changing for the good, especially for married women. With a comeback after more than a decade of hiatus, it is not easy to bag a role in a major project after marriage, let alone motherhood plus a long gap. Simran is absolutely elated that the wheels of modern cinema practice are changing with her as the first spoke. “This is truly a comeback! I feel good, really good. I am proud of the movie I am doing now and being Thalaivar’s pair on his 165th film is amazing!” Talking about the way people perceive comebacks and the difference in the industry regarding professional developments, Simran shares, “I don’t think there is a major difference in the way films function during the shooting stage from back then to now. There are, I think, minor differences in the success ratio of films compared to before. I think because of technology, social media taking over people’s opinions, the public has a lot to say and are pretty active on whichever channel they use. Back then the success span lasted a while! Movies ran for months and actor’s careers ran for years but all that has reduced with the influx of newer talent and newer movies. Hard work counts, so if you want to stay for long, you can give your best and that should be just fine.”

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