Famous actress from the southern region of India was fortunate enough to be cast in her first Telugu film, "Idhe Maa Katha," which also starred Bhoomika Chawla, Srikanth, and Sumanth Ashwin and was centred on the voyage of a motorcyclist who went from Hyberabad to Manali. Srijita acted the part of a biker.
KATHA VENUKA KATHA
Katha Venuka Katha, her second film, is scheduled for release in February. Vishwanth Duddumpudi and Ali Sir, a well-known comedian in Telugu films, are her co-stars. In addition to this, Sunil and Satyam Rajesh will also be seen interacting with the actress on-screen. Working with them all on a suspense thriller movie was enjoyable. She appreciated portraying a determined and down-to-earth character.
Her third film, the Kannada film "Usire Usire," holds a very special place in her heart. Kichha Sudeep and Rajeev Hanu, two well-known actors, star in this film. She is portraying a Muslim character in the narrative, which is based on a love story between Hindus and Muslims. It will convey a message about unadulterated love to the audience.
"Irra Gurri," her fourth film, will be released in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malyalam, the four official South Indian languages. The movie is about the superstitions that a girl kid is a curse and that all losses are borne by the family as a result of the birth of the girl child, and Srijita is portraying a country girl in the part.
SRIJITA IN UNI KI YAARI
She appeared in the Hindi web series Uni Ki Yaari by MX Player as well. She hopes to film for the sequel as well. Additionally, she is in negotiations with two significant Telugu and Kannada productions, which will be revealed once she joins. She has experience working on music videos in addition to movies. One of the well-known music videos featured Mr. Dilshad Salim Shaikh, a collaborator of the legendary A R Rahman.
HERE’S WHAT SHE STATED ON BOLLYWOOD AND TOLLYWOOD
She contends that Bollywood and Tollywood are no longer separate industries, but have combined to form the Indian Film Industry, which the public must embrace in order for stars from the South to appear in Hindi films and vice versa.
While the South is always a good field for her and they have accepted her well there, she also loves the stories, plots, and technicalities of that industry. However, she hopes to work in Hindi movies soon because she feels that because Hindi is her native language, she will be able to do so more naturally.
Srijita makes the point that we must appreciate the various cultures and languages that exist in our nation. Every single state has talent, including Bengal, which is renowned for its musical tradition and singers. Mumbai has talented actors. We have a lot of skilled technicians in South India.
She believes that every industry is doing exceptionally well. There are, as we have stated, two different types of movies: commercial and artistic. Hindi movies tend to be concept-based, whereas online series and shows tend to be more subject-focused. Based on attention-grabbing stories, the actor's acting needs to be very genuine and understated.
Even Srijita claims that the Telugu audience prefers more drama, action, dance, and vibrant frames. The Malayalam films are offbeat, sluggish, and place a greater emphasis on strong concepts. There is truly no comparison because Hindi movies are more commercially oriented and all the industries are thriving. She thinks the Bollywood film industry would soon rival the Hollywood industry.
SRIJITA WISH TO WORK WITH THESE CELEBS
Ayushmann Khurrana is a well-known Hindi film actor who is also a talented vocalist, thus she is eager to work with him. It's quite motivating to see how he defends the movies and personalities he picks. She would also want to collaborate with Kartik Aaryan, who plays Kaartik in Bhool Bhulaiya 2.
SRIJITA WISH TO WORK WITH THESE DIRECTORS
She would like to work with various directors like Shoojit Sircar who has given hits like Piku, Pink, October and Vicky Donor. Sanjay Leela Bhansali also is her all time favourite director as she is fond of fantasy and historical stories.
SRIJITA TALKS ABOUT HER DREAM ROLE
She wants to take on the role of a character from a film that Anurag Basu, Imitiaz Ali, and Rohit Shetty are directing. When we questioned her about her love of acting, she recalled anecdotes from her early years in which her mother had told her that she was a big fan of Madhuri Dixit and Juhi Chawla and that she would imitate them in front of the mirror as a toddler.
We wish her the best of luck in the future and believe the Bollywood business will embrace a gifted actress like her.