On being asked about this, Sadha said that it was her long cherished dream of working with P Vasu that made her accept the role in Mylari. Besides, she was attracted by the brilliant storyline. Sadha says, “My character in Mylari, is quite similar to that of my well applauded Telugu film Jayam. In this film also, I essay the role of a village girl with very less make up."
She has another reason for her signing the film, it is Shivaraj Kumar"s association with the project. The actress cherishes the moments spent, working with him. Director Indrajeeth Lankesh has also managed to convince Sada for a special appearance in his upcoming Kannada film Thunta Thunti, in which she will appear in just a song and a few scenes. The film has offered her a chance to re-unite with her Monalisa co-star Dhyaan.
On her return to Kannada films after the long hiatus, the actress said, “I had a bitter experience with my second Kannada film as the producers were very unprofessional. I received the payment just two-three days before the shoot was completed. That made me skeptical. However, I have overcome that mental block now with a positive attitude."
Sada stated, “Currently, I have P Vasu's Puli Vesham in my hand. I was also approached for Chandramukhi and Aptharakshaka but things did not work out for these projects. With Puli Vesham, my dream of working with P Vasu has become a reality."
Whatever be the language of the film, we hope that Sada continues to entertain us with her superb acting!
Actress Sada, who was busy with her Tamil and Telugu films, is now coming back to Kannada films with two projects Mylari and Thunta Thunti. She is currently busy shooting in Bangalore. Earlier, the actress had many other offers to act in Kannada films but she refused them all.