Actress Hansika Motwani, who is content doing commercial projects across southern industries for now, feels she needs to be more mature and experienced to do women-centric films.
"I'm happy with my commercial heroine tag. In Tamil filmdom, I'm just five years old and I feel I need more experience and maturity to pull of women-centric scripts. When the time is right, I will do female-centric films," Hansika told IANS.
Her forthcoming release is Tamil actioner "Bogan", which hits the screens on Thursday. Directed by Lakshman, the film also stars Arvind Swami in a pivotal role. Talking about her role in the movie, she said: "I play the hero's driving force and the story revolves around my character. It's a unique love story and everyone can easily relate to my character." Being paired with Jayam Ravi for the third time, Hansika said it was like a reunion of sorts. "It's my third film with Ravi, second with director Lakshman and fourth with cinematographer Soundarajan. We had so much fun shooting every single day and there was never a dull moment. It really felt special to work with all of them again. It was a wonderful reunion," she said.
In an interview with Deccan chronicle, she also mentioned how amazing Arvind Swamy was on and off screen and that she was happy to share screen space with an experienced actor.
Reports state, that Bogan is loosely based on Nicholas Cage's Face-off. The film includes most elements - comedy, action romance. It's yet another cop movie where this arvind and Jayam will both play cops ( unlike Thani Oruvan). Arvind-Jayam's bromance is one of the biggest highlights of Bogan. The movie was to roiginally release on December 23rd but it will finally hit theatres tomorrow. Can't wait to find out if the Hansika, Jayam Ravi and Arvind Swamy trio will turn out to be a winner at the BO.
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