Actress Shruti Haasan, who is gearing up to play a fierce warrior in filmmaker Sundar C's upcoming trilingual historic drama Sanghamitra, says she doesn't like to stereotype people based on their work. On being asked what made her to team up with Sundar C, popular for churning out entertainers, Shruti told: "I don't like to judge people by their work. As much as I don't like to be stereotyped, I treat others the same way." In preparation for her role,Music | May 21, 2017
Actress Shruti Haasan says she is really excited to be the part of 70th Cannes Film Festival for her film Sangamithra. Shruti on Monday evening took to Twitter to express her excitement. "Last day in LA but super excited to head to Cannes for Sangamitra! Shruti tweeted. A Hindi, Tamil and Telugu trilingual, Sangamithra stars Shruti in the title role, while Jayam Ravi and Arya are the chief male protagonists. The film is directed by Sundar C, produced by Thenandal Studios and has Oscar winningSouthern Cinema | May 16, 2017
Actress Shruti Haasan says learning sword fighting for the upcoming historical drama Sanghamitra was mentally engaging and exhilarating. Shruti essays the role of a warrior princess in filmmaker Sundar C's mega budget tri-lingual drama. The actress has been training with a professional sword fighting expert and action choreographer in London. "I was so glad to have this opportunity to learn a new physical art form. After having martial arts as part of my life early on, sword fighting wasBollywood | April 20, 2017
Early this month, actor and singer Shruti Haasan hit the headlines again for one curious reason. The actress was seen walking hand in hand with none other than Michael Corsale at Mumbai Airport? While shutterbugs made it obvious, the buzz is that the London-born Italian actor Michael Corasale is reportedly dating the Indian actress. Both spent the Valentine’s month together in India, during the shooting of her upcoming Hindi movie Behan Hogi Teri. Interestingly, Shruti shared a picture of the two on social mediaSouthern Cinema | April 6, 2017
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