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Language is no barrier: Rakul Preet Singh

Friday, May 10, 2019

Rakul Preet Singh, who has acted in South and few Hindi films like "Yaariyan", "Aiyaary", says her aim is to be part of good films irrespective of the language in which they are made.

Rakul has acted mainly in Telugu and Tamil language films and has worked with biggest of the actors like Mahesh Babu, Jr NTR, Ram Charan and Allu Arjun.

In Bollywood she has had two releases "Yaariyan" and "Aiyaary" and is now looking forward to Ajay Devgn's "De De Pyaar De".

"I want to keep doing good films. I can work 24 hours. I hope people want to see more of me as much as I want to be in films. At the end of it, all I want to have some great films to my credit, irrespective of which language it is in," Rakul insists

The 28-year-old actor said her hard work and determination has made her a saleable name in the south film industry.

"As the shelf life is lesser (of heroines) so you want to push yourself more as you want to do better work. I did not become big in south just like that, I had to work towards it.

"It was not a conscious break it is just that I got so busy there then I thought when something great comes up I will do Hindi films. I am now trying to balance," she said.

Rakul said creatively both the industries are growing and it is the best time to be working as an actor.

"I am not running for money. Money is something that follows. I am in this profession because of my passion for cinema."

Rakul said her upcoming film "De De Pyaar De" provided her an opportunity to work with two National Award-winning actors - Devgn and Tabu.

"Ajay sir never made me feel like I was new and that he is a seasoned actor. Everyone was welcoming. If I was nervous it would show on screen.

"If I don't talk or interact or get along with my co-stars and if we are doing a scene then chemistry wouldn't know what to do. But we all got along well. There was a positive vibe on the sets."

The actor said in a romantic-comedy film it is tough to get the humour element right.

"It is a fun film but humour is tougher to do than crying on screen, one can use glycerine, it is tough to get the right comic timing. It may look easy on the eyes."

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