Sameera Reddy doesnt regret not getting to play solo heroine

Sexy Sameera Reddy doesn’t mind starring in multi-starrer films or films which have more than one heroines. The actress, who is 3-films old in Kollywood, has a huge number of fans compared to some established actresses. Sameera debuted in the Suriya-starrer ‘Vaaranam Aayiram‘ a few years back. She then starred in Ajith’s ‘Asal‘ and in Gautham Menon’s thriller ‘Nadunisi Naaygal’.

Except ‘Vaaranam Aayiram‘, other two films didn’t do any wonder at the box-office. Sameera, though, has a couple of projects on hand including ‘Vettai‘ and ‘Vedi‘. In ‘Vettai’, directed by Lingusamy, she shares screen space with another beauty Amala Paul. The film has Madhavan and Aarya playing the male leads. In Prabhudeva-directed ‘Vedi’, Sameera is paired opposite Vishal for the first time.

Though born in Andhra Pradesh, Sameera grew up and got educated in Mumbai. She is juggling her Bollywood and Kollywood careers with ease. Speaking to newsmen recently, Sameera said that the shooting of ‘Vettai’ is proceeding at a brisk pace.

“I’m paired opposite Maddy in the film and plays a homely girl. I hae even tried the Chettinadu dialect for my role in the film. I assure all my fans that very soon I’d start dubbing in my own voice in my films.

“I don’t mind being part of multi-starrers or in films with more than one heroine. Even heroes have come to accept the fact that multi-starrers are the order of the day. May be, the number of duet songs I might get in multi-starrers might be less; but it does provide me plenty of opportunities to visit many foreign countries.

If the script is a powerful and the character I play is an impressionable one, I won’t even mind appearing in just five or six sequences!” concludes Sameera.

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