Character’s impact more important than its length: Shruti


Shruti Haasan is extremely happy with her role in Ramayya Vasthavayya, and the good feedback she has been receiving for the same. She admits although she played a very minor role in the film, she said it didn’t bother her because she always gives importance to the impact a characters creates.

She says she doesn’t mind the length of a role because she is keen on leaving an impact with her work on screen. It doesn’t matter to her if the her part is small or big, because what matters to her the most is whether she is able create an impact with her performance. She is happy that her small character in Ramyya Vasthavayya has created a lot of impact amongst audiences.

Ramyya Vasthavayya has opened well at the box-office despite negative reviews from fans critics alike. The film has reportedly minted nearly Rs 20 crore in its opening weekend worldwide.

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