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Ottamandaram Changed My Perception Towards Life And Career, Says Bhama

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Bhama is too happy. With many good roles in hand, the actress has become the busy bee in South movies. She has recently completed the shooting of her movie Ottamandaram and says that the film has completely changed her perception towards life and career.

Bhama plays a 15 year-old girl Kala in this film, who is forced to have a child with her sister's husband since the sister (Sajitha Madathil) has some infertility issues. But in an unexpected turn of events, the brother-in-law (Nandu) dies.

Ottamandaram Changed My Perception Towards Life: Bhama

Bhama says that she did a lot of preparations to get into the character. It was a difficult task for her in the beginning but as the shooting progressed, Bhama was successful in getting the role in the right way. She went de-glam for the role, wearing geek glasses, oiled hair etc.

Bhama says that she also changed her body language and tried her best to give a perfect look to the character. She hopes that she will be well paid for the efforts and pain she has taken for the movie. Bhama adds that her role as Kala is a blessing in her filmy career as it had much scope for performance.Though she had some emotional struggle with the character initially, she was able to overcome it gradually and is now happy that she has rendered a decent performance.

100 Degree Celsius and Naku Penta Naku Taka are her other two upcoming projects which are getting ready for release.

Topics: bhama, ottamandaram, sajitha madathil, Nandhu, 100 degree celsius, naku penta naku taka
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