Date posted: February 2, 2012
Amala Paul has come to be known as an young and upcoming actress with a lot of potential. The actress, who did a couple of films which hardly disturbed the box-office managers, shot into limelight with her portrayal of the village belle in Prabhu Solomon’s Mynaa in 2010. Last year, she had a solitary release in Vikram’s Deivathirumagal in which she played a small but significant role.
2012 has started off on a positive note for Amala with the Pongal release of director Lingusamy’s Vettai which pairs him opposite Aarya. The film has been doing reasonably well and Amala is happy about the film’s showing. However, in keeping with her odd behaviour with presspersons and making not-so-relevant statements, she has opined that Sindhu Samaveli has remained the ‘best’ film of her career till date.
Released more than two years back, the film had depicted an incestuous sexual relationship between a daughter-in-law and a father-in-law. Amala played the daguther-in-law in the film and drew lot of flak for her role in the film. In successive interviews, she chose not to speak about the film or her role in the film and was fortunate enough to have landed up the Mynaa offer.
She has now said, “Sindhu Samaveli gave me a lot of scope to act and emote. I’m ready to cooperate and help distributors who plan to re-release the film.” This might sound odd to anybody who has seen or heard about the film. Sami, who directed the film, has almost disappeared from the scene after making this film. This being the case, it’s highly surprising that Amala can speak so freely appreciating her character in the film!