Samyukta finds herself lucky to have worked with Prakash Raj

Wed, June 4, 2014 12:40pm UTC by Add first Comment
Samyukta finds herself lucky to have worked with Prakash Raj

The two will be seen together in the upcoming film Un Samayal Arayil

Kannada actor Samyukta Hornad is foraying into Tamil as well Telugu film industries with the forthcoming Prakash Raj-directed trilingual romantic-drama Un Samayal Arrayal. She thanks her stars for an opportunity to work with the acclaimed actor-filmmaker.

The film is titled Un Samayal Arrayal in Tamil, Ulvacharu Biriyani in Telugu, and Oggarane in Kannada. It is releasing in cinemas Friday.

“To act with Prakash Raj sir is a very big deal. I should thank my stars for it. I was initially nervous to work with him but it all changed when I was on sets. The best part about the film is that Prakash sir is directing it as well acting in it. Therefore, he was guiding us like no other director,” Samyukta told a source.

“We also got scolded but it was only because we deserved it. We had so much to learn and we happen to make a few mistakes. I have been to acting school, studied film and TV in college, but this was a different experience. I had to unlearn whatever I’ve learnt before this film, and learn again,” she added.

Besides Samyukta, the film also features Sneha and Tejus in lead roles.

Samyukta, who had to learn Telugu as well Tamil for the film, says shooting in three languages was a challenge.

“I had to learn Telugu and Tamil. Moreover, it was a challenge to shoot simultaneously because when I had more dialogues, we would shoot in Kannada first. If Sneha had more dialogues, we would shoot in Tamil first and if Tejus had more dialogues, we would shoot in Telugu first,” she said.

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