Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Meera Jasmine Concentrates in Malayalam film/////////

meera-jasmine-272After a gap of more than one year, National award winning actress Meera Jasmine, popularly known as a homely heroine, is finally back to Malayalam. During her this period, she has done four Telugu films (Gorintaku, Maa Ayana Chanti Pilladu, Bangaru Babu and A Aa E Ee), Mariyadhai (Tamil) and Devaru Kotta Thangi (Kannada).

While talking about her return to Malayalam with the ongoing Paattinte Palazhi being directed by Rajeev Anchal, the actress said that acting in Malayalam films is like preparing for the final Board exams. Why? She feels that as compared to other industries, Malayalam films require a great deal of preparation.

“You definitely need elaborate preparation before attempting a character in Malayalam. I am not much bothered about preparations while doing other language films, but coming to Malayalam, I cannot take things for granted,” said Meera in an interview.

Meera Jasmine, who was last seen in Rathri Mazha (2008) and Minnaminnikkoottam (2008), has pinned her hopes on Paattinte Palazhi in which she plays an aspiring singer. The actress will be seen in three different get ups, as her character Veena passes through three different stages of life. Paattinte Palazhi will be her summer release.

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