Shruti Haasan has always been candid while she shares Instagram posts or interacting. Right from talking about the lockdown and how life would be post its end to shedding light on Nepotism and groupism, she spilled the beans on all in her recent interview.
In an interview with Hindustan Times, first talking about the lockdown and how it has changed her, the actress stated, “Besides, the lockdown has allowed me to spend some time and get to know myself better. Besides creating music and pros, spent a lot of time doing self-photo shoots with all the works of makeup, hair, and camera done individually which let me learn something new.”
When asked about the film shoots in the post-COVID-19 world, Haasan had this to say, “It will be challenging with fewer people, but I also think it will streamline the work, and people will be more focused. I rather see the positives of it since we don’t have a choice.” She also had something to say about the debate that has been going on about the movie viewing experience on OTT and in a cinema hall.
Hassan added, “As things will get normalized, people will resume back to theaters since it’s a completely new experience. People have like OTT as a platform to enjoy cinema and content through the comfort of their homes. They are two completely separate experiences.”
About the topic of Nepotism, Hassan added said, “I recognize everything associated with the legacy of my fathers’ name and how it made my way a bit easier. Also, I knew that favoritism and camping have been here for long. But I can tell with my hand on my heart that yes though the door opened for me because of my surname, I am very well aware of the work I have put in and the rejections I faced.”