Why Is Sameera Reddy’s Concept Of ‘Mr. Right’ Changing?
It often happens that actors loose sight of the realities of life once they get immersed in cinema. Sameera Reddy, who completed 10 years in the film industry, says after working in so many regions she sometimes loses track of her origin. Sameera Reddy is back with two item numbers; one in Prakash Jha’s ‘Chakravyuh’ and the other in ‘Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum’. “After a long time I got to do something interesting. One was an item number and in the other film I got an opportunity to do something for Rana,” says Sameera, who was in the city for a jewelry promotion. This year, Sameera completed a decade in the film industry. “The experience has been wonderful but now when I look back, I feel like I may have compromised a lot in my personal life,” she says. “I haven’t found my Mr. Right. When I was younger, the ’tall, dark and handsome’ concept fitted my bill. Now I want a hard-working, confident and family-oriented guy. There is a cookbook in the near future. I hate going to the gym cos I love my curvy self. When curvy wasn’t in fashion… I was curvy and now that curvy is in fashion, I am still a curvy.”