Saroja is a happy person for many reasons. At 80, she is dubbing for her film, Dhadha 87 in which she plays the heroine opposite Charuhasan.
Saroja is a happy person for many reasons. At 80, she is dubbing for her film, Dhadha 87 in which she plays the heroine opposite Charuhasan. Meanwhile, her granddaughter’s film has gone on to become a blockbuster across the south.
Yes, Saroja is Keerthy Suresh’s beloved grandmother, is the other heroine from Keerthy Suresh’s house, who talks to DTNext with great enthusiasm after a dubbing session. “People might think, this is my debut film. Technically it is not. I made my debut in Remo in which I had one dialogue.
This is my second film, for which I signed to play the heroine. I’m 80 nowand I was surprised, when the team had approached me to play the role. Later when I joined the sets, I was amazed at Charuhasan sir’s acting prowess and was floored by his performance.
The team of Dhadha 87 made me feel comfortable on the sets and I’m now dubbing for it,” she smiles. Prod her more about her role in the film in which Charuhasan plays a gangster, she says, “I don’t play his wife. That is all I can say. Our characters are based from a prominent Tamil novel and it will be emotional as well as intriguing. If I divulge more, the suspense will unfold.” Saroja also told us that she had watched her granddaughter’s performance in the
recently-released Nadigaiyar Thilagam.
“I have watched it in both Tamil and Telugu and I’m proud of Keerthy. She has justified the task given to her well. I’m also happy about how the audience have reacted to her performance,” she adds. Post Dhadha 87, Saroja will be seen playing Karthi’s grandmother in Kadaikutty Singam.