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Chennai is home away from home: Disha Pandey

Written by: IANS
 
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Gorgeous actress Disha Pandey wants to gorge curd-rice, go on a heritage visit and speak in Tamil while shooting for her upcoming Telugu-Tamil bilingual romance Manadhil Maayam Seidhai(MMS), which went on floors Tuesday.

"Chennai is home away from home because I shot for my Tamil debut here a few years back and I'm really excited to be back. I'm really looking forward to eating lots of curd-rice and visit temples and historical places in around the city in between shoots," Disha Pandey told IANS.

She made her Tamil debut in 2010 released spoof comedy Tamizh Padam.

"When I shot here in 2009, I didn't know a single word of Tamil, but now I have learnt the language and intend to converse in Tamil on sets with everybody. I can feel the endorphins building up," she added.

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Disha Pandey

"I don't know if I'm ready yet. I would love to dub but at the end of the day it's my director's call and I respect it," she said.

Disha Pandey

The Telugu version of Manadhil Maayam Seidhai (MMS) is untitled yet. The film is directed by Suresh Kumar and also features Prince Cecil, Richa Panai and Sethu Pillai. It is produced by Full House entertainment.

Disha Pandey

On the other end, Disha Pandey tested her luck in Bollywood in two films earlier this year. While her first release Race won her decent reviews, her other film Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga failed to impress audience.

Disha Pandey

In the meantime, Disha Pandey, who did not want to miss out offers from South films, signed three films in Tamil film industry.

Disha Pandey

Keeripulla, Chikki Mukki and Manadhil Maayam Seidhai are her upcoming films. The actress hopes that these movies would stabilise her career down South.

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