Shruti Haasan, who took a brief hiatus from acting, is back on the sets. Currently she has few project in Telugu and Tamil. In SP Jananathan’ Laabam, she is sharing screen presence with Vijay Sethupathi for the first time, in which she is essaying the role of a strong, independent woman in set against the backdrop of a village. She is also the part of Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja starrer action drama Krack. Recently Shrui Hassan attended an interview and shared several interesting things regarding her personal and professional lives.
Shruti Haasan opened up about her break up with musician Michael Corsale and said, “Earlier, I was afraid of loneliness but now my fear of loneliness is completely gone and it has completely vanished during this lockdown and coronavirus pandemic. I really love myself.”
When Shruti Haasan was asked whether she is interacted to play the lead role in a biopic, to which she said, “I am always been fascinated by the women who chose violence as I feel when a lady chooses to go against what society expects her to do, or a woman who chooses to become a terrorist, I find it very fascinating.”
On the work front, Shruti Haasan is playing a crucial role in Pawan Kalyan and Venu Sriram’ Vakeel Saab.