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I can’t watch horror films alone: Hansika
With four films in her kitty, Hansika talks about her next release, the Telugu dubbed \'Kalavathi\' About her role I can\'t reveal much about the role in \'Kalavathi’ but it\'s something which is close to my heart.
With four films in her kitty, Hansika talks about her next release, the Telugu dubbed 'Kalavathi' About her role I can't reveal much about the role in 'Kalavathi’ but it's something which is close to my heart. I play Kalavathi, a six months pregnant woman in the film and this is the first time I'm essaying a role of such kind. It was a difficult role to bring life to.
Never saw horror films
It's been 13 years since I've last seen a horror film. I can't watch them alone; I need someone for company. So I did not take any specific reference from any film to look the part. I was observing how pregnant women walk, their body language besides taking inputs from the sets frequently. There were a lot of intense scenes in the film and it was tough enacting them because my mother was around. She gets emotional quickly and director Sundar C ensured that she was not around when I performed such sequences.
Waiting for the right Telugu script
I did not slow down in Telugu but I was waiting for the right script. I did get some offers but the dates were clashing with that of my Tamil commitments. Nonetheless, I’m hopeful of signing a Telugu film soon. I can understand both Telugu and Tamil but I don’t muster the courage to converse in them because I feel I might goof up with the pronunciation part.