The script and crew drew Rajisha
The actress says Vineeth Sreenivasan is a wonderful co-star
Rajisha Vijayan, who gets together with Vineeth Sreenivasan, for her next Oru Cinemakkaran, says Vineeth is someone who never interferes in anyone's work. "He may be a multi-faceted talent but Vineeth is very silent on the sets. He trusts us to make creative decisions and gives suggestions only if asked," she says.
The actress says Vineeth, who has proved his mettle in direction and acting, is a wonderful co-actor. "When doing my scenes, I would ask him for suggestions, then he would say something and that too only if it was mutually agreeable," says Rajisha.
She adds that it was the Vineeth factor and the wonderful script that lured her into Oru Cinemakkaran.
"Director Leo Thaddeus's narration of the script also impressed me," she says.
The actress will be playing Vineeth's love interest Sara. "Though it is about an aspiring assistant director, the movie is equally about their personal issues. In fact, I have seen many couples like this in the industry itself. The wife, who stands by the husband in his struggle to make it big, is so relatable," says Rajisha.
She adds that Sara is a mature character, different from what she has played in her career. "Eli, in Anuraga Karikkin Vellam, was a bit hyper, while Merlin in Georgettan’s Pooram was a shy girl. Sara is unlike any of them. She is a girl who can make decisions. I liked her because I did not want to get stereotyped," she adds.
Rajisha says she has signed another Malayalam movie, which might go on the floors at the end of the year. "Let the makers announce it. It will happen soon," she says.