Actress Hansika Motwani, who awaits the release of Tamil romantic drama “Uyire Uyire” this Friday, says she gives more preference to a film that will appeal to everybody than just her character.
“I concentrate on doing good projects. What’s the point of doing a great character in a bad film? Instead I want audiences to thoroughly enjoy a film and remember my part when they walk out of a cinema hall,” Hansika told IANS, adding that she likes when her film is appreciated on the whole as a product.
Having been part of several successful Tamil and Telugu projects, Hansika believes audiences are the best judge of a film.
“I do feel bad when my films don’t do well, but I respect audiences’ verdict, because they know well which films to support. If they don’t like a film, we should accept it,” she said.
Known mostly for playing bubbly characters on screen, she plays a role close to her real self in “Uyire Uyire”.
“People who know me and have seen me will realise how close this role is to my real self. It’s bubbly and chirpy, but at the same time there’s some innocence which makes it cute,” she said.
Talking more about the film, a remake of Telugu blockbuster “Ishq”, Hansika said: “It’s a film that will make people fall in love. It’s about two lovers, their journey and how they come together.”
Directed by A.R Rajasekar, the film marks the debut of actor Siddhu, son of veteran actress Jayapradha.