The actress made her debut in Hindi films with a cameo appearance in her father Kamal Hassan's Hey Ram in 2000. Later, she was seen in a full-fledged role in Luck (2009) and then in Madhur Bhandarkar's Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji (2011). Unfortunately, both the films did not do well.
"Success is lovely for everybody. A hit is something that everybody wants. But ultimately all these things are not in your control. So you learn to dissociate from that. I judge myself from my own personal growth of what I can see on screen," Shruti said in an interview.
The 27-year-old feels there is no formula for success. "There is no formula (to success) I try to improvise and do better. The film working or not is not in my hands. But that does not matter... you keep working hard. If I would have spend time thinking what went wrong or not, then I would have been a talent manger and not an actor," she said. Continue reading the news on the slideshow...
"It is not my comeback film. Looking at the chronology of the films that I did here people are saying it is my comeback Hindi movie. But it is nothing of that sort. I don't look at it as my comeback film and it does not bother me," she said.
"There were offers that came my way for Hindi films, but I had commitments down South and I was not that excited to be part of those things. I was logistically not able to take up (Hindi films)," she said.
Speaking about her role in the film, Shruti said, "The character is sweet and the story revolves around me." The film is a remake of Prabhu Deva's directorial debut in Telugu Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana and will be released on July 19.
On the other end, she has four Telugu films in her kitty. Balupu starring Ravi Teja, Yevadu starring Ram Charan Teja and Race Gurram starring Allu Arjun are her forthcoming movies.