Sanusha, who debuted as heroine in the hit film ‘Renigunta’ some time back, is quite happy that her latest film ‘Eththan’ opposite Vimal is doing reasonably well at the box-office. The suave girl, who has had a longish gap of more than one year in between her first and second film, is hopeful of making it big in Kollywood as a heroine.
She has also landed the plum offer of playing the heroine in the Kannada film ‘Shylu’, which is the remake of the Kollywood hit ‘Mynaa’ that catapulted Amala Paul to stardom. Sanusha informs that the shooting of the Kannada film ‘Shylu’ will commence in Bengaluru on June 24.
In some ways, Sanusha should consider herself lucky for having landed the offer as Amala Paul, who played the heroine in ‘Mynaa’, had declined to repeat the same role in the Kannada version when approached by the makers. Eventually, the role was offered to Sanusha who grabbed it gleefully with both her hands.
Sanusha is quite happy to be playing the lead role in a heroine-centric film. She says when she watched ‘Mynaa’ some time ago, she liked the performance of the entire cast of the film, including Amala Paul. “At that time, I hardly had an idea that I would be playing the lead role in the film’s remake,” smiles Sanusha.
‘Shylu’ will be directed by Narayan. Kannada actor Ganesh will play the protagonist in the film, a role played so gracefully in Tamil by Vidharth. Reports say that Prabhu Solomon, director of ‘Mynaa’, is also planning to remake ‘Mynaa’ in Hindi.