Tuesday, March 30, 2010 11:14 IST
Southern actress Sada, who quit Kannada film industry after some bad experience while working in "Mohini", makes a comeback with director R. Chandru's "Mylari".
"I had decided to return to Kannada films as many people told me that one bad experience should be well forgotten and I should look forward for some good offers like 'Monalisa', " said Sada.
"I had earlier heard a good script from director Shashank, but things did not fall into place even after I gave my nod to work in the film. And now comes this offer. 'Mylari' is essentially a love story. My character is really
good. The role will give me a lot of opportunity to be expressive, " added the actress who has also signed Tamil film "Pulivesham".
Sada gave a string of hits in Tamil like "Anniyan" and "Unnale Unnale".
She also tried her luck in Hindi films with "Click", but it didn't do well at the box office. So now she is focusing on southern movies.
In "Mylari", Sada will team up with Shivaraj Kumar and the film will go on floors April 1.
"We had short-listed Swathi, Sheela and Sada for this role and we were talking to all these actresses. But finally we chose Sada because she suited the role well. And she showed lot of interest in doing this film, "
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