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Reema regrets attack on Simbu

Tuesday, November 28, 2006 • Tamil Comments

Reema Sen, who hit the headlines for her verbal attack on Silambarasan after her scenes in Vallavan were chopped, has softened her stance now.

In a recent interview to a vernacular daily, the actor said, “I have no right to shout at a director.”

“Though I was disappointed at my scenes being removed, I now realise that a director has all rights to include or remove a scene from a movie. Even now, my role in Vallavan is winning me accolades. People are appreciating my performance.”

Asked on playing a miniscule role in Irandu, Reema Sen says, “In an action movie that has the hero in dual roles, an actress cannot expect to hog the limelight. She has a limited role to play. I am happy to have been part of a commercial masala entertainer.”

Reema Sen is acting in a Hindi movie with Govinda titled Chal Chala Chal, which is being produced by Priyadharshan.

She says, “I haven't decided on my next movie in Tamil. I have a couple of offers in Tamil and Telugu and it would be finalised soon.”