Shruti Haasan has been one of the boldest actresses in the film industry. Shruti Haasan is known for being vocal and unafraid to share her ideas in contrast to her amazing line of work. From speaking about ageism, her struggle with PCOS, or talking about male domination in the industry, she has never been scared to speak about it out loud. The actress is carefree when it comes to such topics and always kept her own problems and issues out in the open too for her fans to know. The actress reflected on 2012's challenging moments today as she traveled down memory lane.
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Shruti shared the black and white image on Instagram, allowing users to get a close-up look at her face. Shruti gazed at the camera in the picture. This image was taken in 2012. The caption of the goth look picture of Shruti read, “This picture is from 2012. It was not a great year for me personally and little did I know things were going to change so much for me professionally... I look back at that version of me and I so wish I could go back in time give her a giant hug and show her where she would eventually end up.”
Her caption further read, “I want to tell her people will always talk and that there's a strong breeze of fakery constantly in the air and that the instinct was right and strength is vulnerability! but what gives me hope from my yesterdays for my tomorrows is that there is a pain in the (peach emoji) fire that’s always burning in me -always looking for something ahead of me - something to learn from something to see and something to dream for. It’s silent it’s violent and it’s true also #gothpapa vibes in secret have now come out”
On the professional front, Shruti Haasan will next be seen with South star Prabhas in Salaar, an upcoming action movie helmed by Prashanth Neel. The drama, which is being made by Vijay Kiragandur under the auspices of Hombale Films, will also have significant performances by Jagapathi Babu, Madhu Guruswamy, and Easwari Rao. She will also be included in the international movie "The Eye," which Daphne Schmon will be directing.