In the film Gundragovi, the Mangalore beauty is playing a village girl, who brings in a turning point in the life of the hero. Navya says that the interesting plot compelled her to accept the offer and the film has a good message. Taking about her role, she says, Gundragovi is more realistic and her village belle character is close to her heart.
On the first day of shooting of Gundragovi, Navyashri was very nervous and literally shivering. She took four to five takes to okay a shot. Now, she says, “I am planning to pursue training in performing arts to polish my acting ability. Right now, my mother is my guide. She helps me in every way."
The budding artiste does not forget to appreciate her co-star Sathya's acting skills and thank him for his help and support. She says “It was a wonderful experience to shoot in the lush green space of Chikamagalur and we enjoyed it to the maximum. The whole unit was like a family."
Navyashri, who is studying in PUC II year, entered Sandalwood with Yashwanth Sardeshpande directed comedy film Idea Maadyara. She has already signed up for a movie Machcha Baaglakko, which will be directed by Master Anand. She wants to do all types of characters and does not want to confine herself to a single role.
Actress Navyashri, who has almost completed the shooting of the her second movie Gundragovi with Aa Dinagalu fame actor Sathya, says that she is planning to pursue acting course to polish her ability. She thinks that she is not confident enough to face the camera.