The actress plays the leading lady in the film that also stars Gautham Karthik
Last Updated: 12.12 PM, Mar 20, 2023
Also Read: Pathu Thala: Silambarasan TR opens up on his struggle with weight loss and why he was reluctant to sign the film Priya Bhavani Shankar, who is all set to be seen in Silambarasan TR's upcoming film Pathu Thala is all excited about being part of the project. However, the actress has one regret - that she doesn't have enough screen space with Silambarasan. Speaking at the audio launch of the film, which was held recently, Priya Bhavani Shankar said, "Unfortunately, I didn't get a lot of time to spend with Silambarasan, the man of the moment. When I see so much love from people, I realise that it doesn't come easily to someone. Addressing Silambarasan, she said, "It takes something and you are that something . I am glad I got to share screen space with you. You are truly blessed for receiving so much love."
The actress also revealed her biggest fear during the speech. Calling the film's director Gautham Vasudev Menon's student, Priya said, "GVM sir has given us a great student. Every time a film of Gautham sir releases where he appears as an actor, I wonder if he would leave direction. He is the one who taught an entire generation how to fall in love. 'If GVM sir, you are gearing this, please direct more movies'." On Obeli Krishna, Priya said, "When you direct such a big star, there is an immense amount of pressure on the director. But despite that, I have never seen Krishna sir shout at anyone. He is a very honourable man. He treats everyone equally on sets- right from STR to the junior most artist."Interestingly, Gautham Menon plays the antagonist in the film.
Also Read: Pathu Thala composer AR Rahman calls T Rajendar, a huge inspiration...Read here Talking about the film's music director AR Rahman, Priya said that she was a huge fan just like anyone else. "When I saw Rahman sir, I was like 'I am done for the day'. God has created you for us specially. Thank you so much for the beautiful songs. I remember reaching the same Nehru Stadium well in advance to listen to your concerts. Today, sharing the same row with you is a huge honour."
Pathu Thala, directed by Obeli Krishna, is all set to hit screens on March 30.