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Subiksha, who made her acting debut in Bharathiraja's Annakodi, is back in Kollywood after a gap of 2 years. The actress, who was last seen in Vikraman's Ninaithathu Yaaro, has been doing movies in Malayalam and Kannada since.
Soon after her Malayalam debut Olipporu, the young actress was spotted by a Kannada director, who then made her act in the remake of Sivakarthikeyan's Manam Kothi Paravai.
Now, Subiksha is back to showcase her talent in the Tamil film industry as she has a host of upcoming projects.
While she plays the female lead opposite actor Bharath in Kadugu, which is being helmed by cinematographer-director Vijay Milton of Goli Soda fame, she plays an interesting role in Balaji Sakthivel's Ra Ra Rajasekhar.
"In Vijay Milton's 'Kadugu', I play an urban girl. I am paired opposite Bharath, who plays the role of a boxer. The film has an interesting script that will engage the audience till the end. Working with Milton sir is special. He's a fine director who gave me loads of tips. Bharath, too, was a friendly co-star," she has told a leading daily.
In Ra Ra Rajasekhar, which is a thriller, she is paired opposite Mathivanan. The film also stars Kannada actress Sruthi Hariharan in a prominent role.
Talking about the movie Subiksha has said, "It is a performance-oriented film. My character has different shades that make it interesting. Working with Balaji sir was a dream come true. He explained every single scene and showed me how to act. I have simply replicated everything that I was taught. It was a great learning experience for me."
Apart from these two exciting projects, Subiksha is also filming for Girls, a Tamil-Malayalam bilingual, being directed by Thulasidas and Mahesh Nair's Greengara Oosai.
She also has an English film titled Drawing Blood, under her belt.