One hero. Two heroines. Just in case you are wondering what novelty could you possibly bring to such a done-to-death triangular love story on screen, heroines Anaswara and Mamitha assure you that this one will definitely stand out. Mamitha and Anaswara talk about their romantic film ‘Pranaya Vilasam’ releasing on March 24th. Arjun Ashokaan is the hero in this film directed by Nikhil Murali. Scripted by M Jyotish and AV Sunu the film is produced by Sibi Chavara and Ranjith Nair.
Mamitha: My character’s name is Gopika. Because of my closeness to the character I still haven’t removed the black thread, Gopika ties on her leg.
Anaswara: This character will be remembered like Sharanya (Super Sharanya) and Mike (Mike). And this will also be Mamitha’s best character to date.
Friendship and cinema?
Mamitha: Just like us our mothers are also good friends. The shooting was in her hometown, Kannur. I had a tough time learning the Kannur dialect.
Anaswara: I felt so much at home on the sets. It was like walking in my hometown. They were all struggling to learn the dialect. I really enjoyed myself while doing this film.
Does it have any connection with your real life?
Mamitha: I have seen such triangular love stories in school. But none in real life.
Anaswara: I did have crushes in school. And I was a serious kid in school.
About being a celebrity at this age?
Anaswara: Today we are being recognised on every public platform. So we have to maintain decorum. The spotlight is on us. Having said that we are also enjoying this.
Mamitha: Of course, people are noticing us but I don’t think you need to worry about that. I am trying to do everything I want to do. I attend all the college functions like before.
About cyber fans?
Anaswara: I do notice all the comments and the nasty ones do make me sad. But I am not taking all that to heart. After all, some photographs are an answer to such nastiness.
Mamitha: I haven’t really faced many issues. I do read all the comments. I ignore the negative comments. There are fan pages and fake pages in our name. They are doing it out of love. I don’t really look at them now.