Rakul Preet Singh, who already tasted success with the first film ‘Venkatadri Express’ and with the recently released ‘Loukyam’ is most likely to hit a hat trick with the upcoming film ‘Current Theega’. Manchu Manoj as hero, the film is produced by flourishing production house 24 Frames Factory established by Manchu Vishnu. The film which is being directed by G Nageswara Reddy is getting ready for release. Meet the Delhi doll Rakul Preeth Singh, the female lead of the film ‘Current Theega’ and get more insights.
What would be your character in the movie?
Now I’m 23 years old. Mine is a school girl Kavitha character. Jagapathi Babu played my father. His role is very crucial in the film. School girl means I should look like a young girl. I have taken dew care for that. I wore school uniforms and half sarees that thrilled me. But, I don’t wear such type of dresses in real life.
Tell us about your co-star Manchu Manoj?
Manoj is very energetic hero. He was a serious man on sets and thinks about his scene. But, once the shooting is completed he was a complete prankster and would leave us in splits with his gags. All the title’s power is in him.
How about working experience with Sunny Leone?
Sunny Leone played my teacher. I enjoyed working with Sunny Leone. I don’t feel that Sunny Leone will dominate me. Both characters have equal importance in the movie. When she felt difficult to say Telugu dialogues in some scenes, I helped her.
What is your dream role?
I would like to act in diverse roles. I portrayed snobbery role in ‘Loukyam’ and looked very glamorous. And you will see me as a traditional village girl in ‘Current Theega’. Likewise, I like to play different roles in each film. After that the script, hero, director and banner are my priorities.
I’m eagerly waiting for a hat trick hit…
‘Current Theega’ is a love romantic film. The story is well blended with some action scenes along with love and romantic scenes on hero and heroines. If all our films are in a hit streak, it is a very good feeling. Of course, I’m eagerly waiting for a hat trick hit. I hope I will hit a hat trick.
I’ll dub my lines soon…
Telugu film industry encouraged me a lot. We must adore the language for which we are working. Now, I’m learning the Telugu language. Well, I will dub my lines, if I get the opportunity from any directors.