Actress Radhika Kumaraswamy, who made her comeback as an actor to Sandalwood with her recent offering Sweety Nanna Jodi, has said that she loves competition in the industry. The actress was back on silver screen after six years.
Speaking to leading daily, Radhika Kumaraswamy said, "I love competition and I strongly feel that it should be there. There is no growth without competition, but it has to be healthy."
Radhika Kumaraswamy has also produced Sweety Nanna Jodi under her home banner Shamika Enterprises. She is paired opposite Adithya in the movie. Though, the movie is getting mixed reviews from the critics, audiences are happy to see the actress on silver screen after a long time.
Radhika also said that she had missed films for these many years, and was also quite anxious to know how people would accept her after all these years. "I was missing films and acting so I am back, I need to wait and see people's reaction now," she added.
Radhika was last seen in Navashakthi Vaibhava in 2008. Later in 2012, she made her comeback to Sandalwood as a producer with the movie Lucky, which had Yash and Sandalwood queen Ramya in the lead roles.
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Radhika Has Not Changed
Radhika also said that even after six years she has not changed. She is still the same old Radhika, who was seen playing girl next door characters in Kannada movies.
Radhika As A Producer
Radhika said, "As a heroine, I used to be on the set at 7 am and even as a producer now, I maintain the same."
Radhika And Aditya
Radhika Kumaraswamy was seen romancing Aditya in Sweety Nanna Jodi. They had earlier worked in Eshwar, which was not successful in Box Office.
Critics has said that Sweety Nanna Jodi is a feminist movie with two glamorous actresses - Radhika Kumaraswamy and Ramya Krishna.
Sweety Nanna Jodi is directed by Vijaylakshmi Singh, who is the sister of director Rajendra Singh Babu.
Sweety Nanna Jodi also features Umashree, Jai Jagadeesh, Jaidev, Tabla Naani, Sadhu Kokila, Girish Karanad and others in the important roles.