Actress Digangana Suryavanshi who rose to fame with Star Plus’ Ek Veer Ki Ardaas...Veera is doing pretty well in the industry of films. The much-talented actress who did a double debut in the Hindi cinema with FryDay and Jalebi is now all set to debut in the Telugu film industry with T.N Krishna directorial, Hippi. The film is a said to be a romantic comedy and will be seen opposite actor Kartikeya Reddy. Digangana had participated in Bigg Boss season 9 and was the youngest contestant in the history of Bigg Boss in India.
Recently, we got in touch with Digangana to know more about Hippi and her experience with this film. Digangana shared, “It’s a very different character than what I have played before. The overall presentation is different. My character is a bold and modern girl but has that Indianness in her. She is sassy, quirky and loves riding bikes. It was fun doing this role, I instantly clicked with it. It’s something that I have never done before but it’s relatable. It’s very rare that someone gets to play such type of roles in their initial films. The canvas of this film is bigger than my last three big films”
“Language was a task because I have quite a number of lines in the film and to perform a particular scene with perfect expressions with the lines is tough but I memorized all my lines and without any prompting gave my shots,” added Suryavanshi.
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Giving a message for her fans, Digangana said, “They have been supportive throughout and I hope they watch this film too. It’s releasing worldwide and language is not a barrier to understand the film. The film is an evergreen type of love story that will have the same impact even after years. I am sure they will love the film.”
Digangana has one Hindi as well as one Telugu film lined up.
Hippi is scheduled to release on the 6th of June and we wish Digangana and her entire team great luck and success for it!ALSO READ: Digangana Suryavanshi's unbelievable spiritual journey; chanting Gayatri Mantra since childhood