Remya Nambeesan has now become a busy bee. With lots of offers from Kollywood as an actor as well as a singer, the actress is keeping herself very busy. She says that though she has good opportunities in both acting and singing, the actress prefers the former to the latter. She says that Tamil industry needs success of a movie and Malayalam industry looks for the talent.
Remya opines that success of movies is more important in Kollywood, while Mollywood being a small industry, needs a good talent to become popular and to survive in the industry. She says that the success of her movie Pizza has made her popular in Tamil and cites it as a reason for her brimming opportunities in the industry. Whereas in Malayalam, people accept talents and does not bother the movie to be a hit or flop!
Remya Nambeesan, who played a Muslim house wife and the mother of a 10-year-old boy in her last Malayalam movie Philips And The Monkey Pen, says that she accepted the role as she wanted to try out something different from what she was doing earlier. Remya says that she is open to any kind of roles.
Remya says that she is currently very busy in Kollywood and also she has crooned songs for her upcoming Tamil flicks Damaal Dumeel and Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum. She has also sung the Telugu version of her song 'Muthuchippi...' from Thattathin Marayathu. So, the actress says that she is fully engaged.
Remya says that she has decided to be more choosy in selecting her roles. She says that she is quite open to do both glam and degalm roles, but it should have something to perform. The actress says, "I enjoy being an artiste, because it was after entering movies that I received opportunities to sing and was able to establish myself as a playback singer."