- Chandrababu to visit NTR Trust Bhavan in Hyderabad today, likely to meet leaders
- Devotee dies of heart attack in Vemulawada temple
- Government College In Kerala Files Complaint Against Forged Certificate
- KCR government turned Telangana into debt-ridden, charges Bandi
- Vijayawada: Decision on 12th PRC likely after Cabinet meet
- Google rolling out smart compose feature in Chat on web
- US investors impressed by TSiPASS policy: KTR
- Chinna Jeeyar, a great social reformer: Kakani Govardhan Reddy
- Telangana made significant progress in power sector: Errabelli Dayakar Rao
- KCR to inaugurate Collectorate on June 9: MLA Balka Suman
Worked with lot of positivity on Sarrainodu: Catherine
Actress Catherine Tresa, known for her work in films like ‘Madras’ and ‘Rudhramadevi’, says she felt a lot of positive vibes while working on Allu Arjun-starrer ‘Sarrainodu’.
Actress Catherine Tresa, known for her work in films like ‘Madras’ and ‘Rudhramadevi’, says she felt a lot of positive vibes while working on Allu Arjun-starrer ‘Sarrainodu’. "Right from the beginning, there was positivity on the sets of this project. It was a lovely vibe. This is the best experience I've had on a Telugu project," Catherine said.
In the film, she plays a legislator, and her look was completely designed by director Boyapati Sreenu. "My director did the most of the homework. As an MLA, you are expected to look and dress in a certain way. He didn't want it to be formulaic, yet kept the look authentic. He had such a grip on the character, he even chose the jewellery and costumes," she said.
Ask her why she chose to play a legislator, a role usually offered to senior heroines, Catherine said she likes to do "different" things. "I easily get bored when I have to play the same kind of roles. This role is just as old as me.
I really liked the vision my director had for this character, which is quite different from anything I've done so far," she said, adding she thoroughly enjoyed playing the character. "If I don't enjoy the role I play, how will audience enjoy it," she asked.