Saturday, December 26, 2009

Why did Shriya step into Malluwood?

Shriya, who is currently ruling the roost in South India, stepped into glamour field with Usha Kiron Movies 'Ishtam'. Her following film 'Santosham' with Nagarjuna had changed her life completely. And from then onwards her film journey started. After working with almost all big stars in Tollywood, this pretty damsel shifted her gear to Kollywood (Tamil film industry) pairing with Jayam Ravi in 'Mazhai' (Varsham in Telugu). That film had fetched her bumper offer from Shankar. Yes! She got a golden opportunity to work with Tamil super star Rajinikanth in 'Sivaji'. Her fans and well-wishers were not all that happy because due to that project she would loose many of other projects. But post-release of 'Sivaji' it has been proved that her decision was right. The actress joined the list of top actress in Kollywood too, thereafter pairing with all top heroes in Tamil also and reached a stage of charging Rs 70 lakhs as her remuneration or sometimes even more. Although Shriya tried her luck in Bollywood, she could not succeed there due to wrong choices of projects. Now, the beautiful young lady wants to test her waters in Malluwood (Malayalam film industry). But folks, the whole world know that the highest remuneration for a heroine in Malluwood is Rs 20 lakhs. In that situation, why all of a sudden Shriya, who has been ruling the roost in Tamil film industry, suddenly decided to act in a Malayalam film? Is it due to her recent films failing at box-office? (or) Is she going to get a better remuneration than in Kollywood? All these questions must have arisen in many minds. Shriya's only answer for the above questions is that she signed this Malayalam film because of interesting storyline and secondly she is getting good opportunity to work with two big stars like Mammotty and Prithviraj. Whatever may be the reason let's hope for Shriya's bright future. After all, ultimately it is the stars who always keep the public happy with loads of entertainment.

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