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Two sides of same coin, Hariprriya in Samhaara

The actor is glad to have bagged a unique role in Guru Deshpande’s directorial

Published: 25th November 2017

Hariprriya seems to be living life on the fast lane, and she has no complaints. She has been out of the city for nearly a month and a half, keeping herself busy shooting for her Kannada film Life Jothe Ondh Selfie and her big Telugu project Jai Simha, in which she has been paired opposite top Telugu actor Balakrishna. “I am feeling homesick, but that’s part of the job,” says Hariprriya.

It was her work in Neerdose, released last year, which brought the actor critical acclaim. Her latest outing Bharjari, starring Dhruva Sarja, has been doing well at the box office and she hopes this year will end on a good note, with a few more films up for release. Among these, one film she is particularly looking forward to is Samhaara.

“While Chiranjeevi Sarja’s role as a visually challenged person in this Guru Deshpande directorial has been talked about, the heroine’s character is unique too,” says Hariprriya. Our sources tell us that she is to play a character with two shades. Her earlier first-look photos showed her in girl-next-door attire, and now CE caught hold of a picture in which she appears in a glam avatar for Samhaara.

The actor herself refuses to share any details about her role. “I have been asked not to spoil the fun by revealing too much about my character, but it is like two sides of the same coin. I am happy that the producer A Venkatesh has placed his confidence in me; he was particular that I do this role. I am thankful for that,” she says. Along with Hariprriya, the film also features Kavya Shetty in the cast.

Hariprriya hopes to complete a large part of her current two projects by December first week, and she has already set aside her dates for this. “I have kept a few filmmakers with their scripts waiting and can’t wait to get back to discuss stories. I am also looking forward to being part of promotions of my forthcoming films, slated for release in the coming weeks,” she says.

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