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Shruti Haasan: I was trolled a lot for that movie .. Shruti Haasan made interesting comments

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Shruti Haasan: Beauty queen Shruti Haasan has made her entry as a heroine in the movie Anganaga O Dheerudu. For a long time after that this beauty could not receive a proper hit. After that she received a solid hit with the movie Gabbar Singh star hero Power Star Pawan Kalyan.

Shruti did not look back afterwards. A series of offers queued up in Telugu. Shruti Haasan starred opposite Star Heroes after the Gabbar Singh movie. In a short time this little one in Tollywood turned into a lucky lady. The beauty has made films in Telugu as well as Tamil. Also tested her luck in Bollywood. But it was not as successful in Bollywood as expected. Shruti, who took a small gap in between, later got back on track with the movie Crack.

The movie Crack Ravi Teja was a great success. Now this beauty is acting in the movie Salar starring Prabhas. Also Balakrishna has been selected as the heroine in the upcoming movie Balayya 107 directed by Gopichand Malineni. Shruti also got a chance in the Megastar Chiranjeevi movie . Meanwhile, in a recent interview,

Shruti shared some interesting things. When asked which movie got the most trolls on her .. Shruti responded .. She said that the Telugu movie Premam starring Nagachaitanya got more trolls on her. The film is a remake of the Malayalam super hit Premam. Shruti played the role of Malar played by Saipallavai in Malayalam.

When I was approached for the role of Malar, I liked the character very much .. I did not want to do it for a single moment .. I thought for a while and said OK ”but I did not want to pretend to forget Saipallavai. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. As luck would have it,that movie has been a great success. I will take any role as a challenge. I have agreed to do the role of Malar in my style, said Shruti Haasan.

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