Recently she said that Sasirekha Parinayam was a special film for her and she was very lucky to have landed the role of Sasirekha. Her experience with director Krishna Vamsi was very cordial, so unlike what she was led to expect by many people. Genelia was happy that she got the chance to work with a talented director like Krishna Vamsi she was all praise for his eye for detail and his lateral thinking when it came to setting up a shot.
Genelia's boundless enthusiasm included her co-star Tarun. She smilingly labelled him a brat and observed that he did not have any airs or attitude unlike many other heroes.
The pretty vivacious heroine signed off by saying that language was never a barrier or deciding factor when she was working on a movie. Since it was in the Telugu film industry that she had most of her successes, Telugu would always remain her first priority.
In Bollywood, Genelia, whose romantic hit Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na captured youngsters imaginations is also doing It's my life (Bommarillu remake), Life Partner (Fardeen Khan) and Hook Ya Crook (David Dhawan).
Genelia is receiving praise from all quarters for her portrayal of a naive girl who runs away from a forced marriage in Sasirekha Parinayam. This Mumbai girl, who has found stardom in the South film industry, has also made a successful entry into Bollywood.