December 19, 2015
She has the smile that could easily brighten the entire screen. She has shared the screen with actors like Kamal Hassan, Mammootty, Mohanlal, Nagarjuna, Venkatesh, Ravi Teja, Ajith, Vijay, Vikram, Suriya, and Dhanush. Despite it all, she retained her adorable girl-next-door image.
Suhasini Rajaram Naidu, better known by her screen-name, Sneha, is now married to actor Prasanna, and is enjoying motherhood. She however misses no chance to connect with her fans. Sneha was in Coimbatore city to inaugurate the VRK Silks showroom in Gandhipuram. This showroom specializes in selling a variety of Kancheepuram silk saris.
“I have been to Coimbatore a number of times before. I love the weather and the people of this city,” Sneha said, addressing the media after the inauguration. A huge fan of Kancheepuram saris herself, Sneha said that she was happy to inaugurate the showroom in Coimbatore city. “We, from Tamil Nadu, must be proud of our cultural and traditional dresses. I love Kancheepuram saris. In fact, what I’m now wearing is also a Kancheepuram sari,” Sneha said.
When asked about the qualities that she looks for in a brand before endorsing it, she said, “I look for quality. If the brand is a responsible one, and makes and sells quality product, I would love to endorse it,” Sneha said.
Moving the focus from brand endorsement to films, Sneha said that trends have changed in the south Indian film industry. “These days, actors in negative roles like villains and those playing character roles like ghosts are stealing the limelight,” she said.
Choosing not to comment on the controversial ‘Beep song,’ she said, “I have not heard the song until now. I do not think that it is right for me to pass remarks or comment about the song or its composer. It is you, the media people, who are making a big noise about it,” Sneha said.
About her comeback plans, Sneha said that she is currently enjoying motherhood, but she is on the lookout for a good script. “If given a good script and a strong storyline, I will return to the screen,” she said and left graciously.