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Flop Shriya believes in healthy competition

Having given four flops in a row, South Indian star Shriya Saran is still struggling to cement her place in Bollywood.

2008-07-11T20:54:00Z
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Having given four flops in a row, South Indian star Shriya Saran is still struggling to cement her place in Bollywood. This bomb-shell would now be banking her luck on her upcoming flick Mission Istanbul in which she is playing the character of a television reporter. Like Shriya, many other south based sizzling stars like Asin and Sada are also planning to make big in this tinsel town.

Where Asin has a big project in Aamir Khan’s Ghajini, Sada, too, have two good films in her kitty titled Click and Love Game. But the competition from the Shriya’s southie colleagues doesn’t seem to have any kind of fear or insecurity in this actress. “Frankly speaking, the entire bunch from the south is talented. I love to compete with them as I have always believed in healthy competition,” Shriya reveals confident.

But looking at your unhealthy career growth in Bollywood one would say that your colleagues from south maybe pretty relaxed to have any kind of competition from your side. What do you think Shriya?


Aamir Khan


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