As Shriya grows a year older, she is only set to act in some more mellow roles. In some of her Telugu films like Nuvve Nuve, Nenunnanu and Santosham, she delivered a treat but unfortunately, roles befitting her talent did not grace her.
It looks like the best is yet to come from her. Before her next birthday, she will have proved a point through Midnight's Children, Chandra or even Life Is Beautiful (Sep 14 release).
Well, before everything, this week is so special for her. On Sunday, she walked on the red carpet for the 'Midnight's Children' during the 37th annual Toronto International Film Festival. And later this week, she will be off to Japan to attend the premier of the 3D version of 'Sivaji'. "I am thrilled that Sivaji is releasing in 3D," she says.
On 'Midnight's Children', Shriya says, "It is a beautiful script and I had an interesting role to play." At present, the actress is playing the title role in Tamil-Kannada bilingual 'Chandra'.
She is doing a last generation princess in the movie directed Roopa Iyer.