“I knew nothing when I entered the industry. There is still a lot to learn,” said National Award-winning actress Aparna Balamurali.
The 68th National Film Awards were announced in Delhi yesterday. The National Award for Best Actress has been announced for actress Aparna Balamurali for her outstanding performance in the film ‘Suraraippouttu’.
At the time of this announcement, he was shooting for ‘Ini Utthiram’. The film is being shot in the surrounding areas of Pollachi. After the announcement of the National Award, he expressed his happiness by cutting a cake on the set itself.
After that, he met the reporters on the shooting site. “I was afraid that my film journey would be wasted. Nothing like that happened. I am shocked to know about the National Award announcement. I present this award to the director of ‘Surarai Pothu’. Sudha Kongara stood firmly behind me. When this film was released, we were sad that we could not see it in the theaters because it was the time of Corona.
But now I feel very excited and happy. My entry into cinema was unexpected. My desire is to act in quality roles in many good films like the character I got in ‘Maheshinde Pratikaram’. Thank you very much everyone. To tell you the truth, I am not of this world.
When I entered this industry I knew nothing. There is still much to learn. Frankly, I was very depressed. I was a bit nervous when I left home in the morning. Director Sudha Kongara trusted me and gave me this character.
Many people have helped to speak and act in the Madurai case. Thanks to the film crew including actor Surya, director Sudha, music director GV Prakashkumar.
It is noteworthy that Aparna played the role of Bommi in the film ‘Surarai Pottu’.
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