Actress Amala Paul is the most happening and ‘hottest’ actress in Kollywood at this very moment. After impressing everybody with her performane in last year’s ‘Mynaa‘, Amala has continued the good work in her latest release ‘Deivathirumagal’ as well. Though Vikram and Anushka have garnered the limelight in this Vijay-directed film, Amala’s performance hasn’t gone unnoticed in in the film.
Amala was also signed up to play Dhanush‘s heroine in ’3′ which is directed by Aishwarya Dhanush. The announcement was made hardly a fortnight back and now one learns that Amala is out of the film. While some reports say that Amala was shown the door for her ‘call-sheet goof-ups’ which irritated Aishwarya, some reports claim that Amala had walked out of the film on her own.
Even as Aishwarya is on the look-out for another heroine to star opposite her husband and actor Dhanush, Amala says that she wasn’t ‘axed’ from the film and that the parting of ways with Aishwarya was anything but hostile. Following her exit from ’3′, Kollywood’s producers and directors have reportedly become apprehensive in signing up the Malayalee girl for their films as they anticipate ‘call-sheet’ from this talented young actress.
Except for ‘Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal’ opposite Atharva, Amala has no Tamil film on hand but has a handful of Telugu films. On her part, she appears to cosider acting in Telugu films as a ‘honour’. After returning from the first schedule of shooting of her first-ever Telugu film, Amala had said that she loved working in Telugu films and had expressed her desire to star in ‘more and more’ number of Telugu films.
Clearly, she appears to be forgetting Tamil where she debuted as an actress. Refuting this, she says “I have been getting some plum offers in Telugu which I can ill-afford to turn down,” and adds that “I couldn’t allot the dates required by Aishwarya to star in ’3′. I said I could allot dates in October which wasn’t acceptable to her. Therefore, I quit the film but the parting of ways was friendly and cordial and there is no bad blood between us,” concludes Amala.