Shriya Saran comes across as mighty pleased. The actress, who possesses an hourglass figure which can rival even the best in the business, is happy that her latest film Nuvva Nena has been doing ‘reasonably’ well at the box-office despite the many negative criticisms it managed to evoke from the print and television media.
She had many times clarified that she didn’t differentiate between ‘big heroes’ and ‘small heroes’ when it comes to pairing up on-screen. Many had wondered what made Shriya pair up opposite Naresh and Sharwa, who aren’t enjoying the best of times in Tollywood. Shriya, however, says that she liked the script of Nuvva Nena and hence decided to go ahead.
She praises the hard-working ways of the director Narayana and adds that she was absolutely thrilled to watch the film as a movie-goer. She also admits that her Telugu dialect is yet to be spruced up despite spending almost a decade in Telugu and Tamil films. “I do understand the language and can reply in Telugu in a conversation, but if the other person laughs on hearing my accent, it isn’t my problem,” she says smilingly.
A combination of beauty with brains, Shriya is presently working hard for the completion of her Hollywood project titled Midnight's Children.