Sherin’s next film a bi-lingual
This actress sure seems confident of carving a place for herself in the industry. Making her film debut at the tender age of 14 in the Kannada film Dhruva, Sherin says she has grown as an actress over the last decade.

“I have definitely grown as an actress over the last decade, and acting has become more subtle, which was what my role in Thulluvatho Ilamai required, while the Telugu remake was loud and colourful,” Sherin says.

In the city as the chief guest for the Style Queen conducted by the Lifestyle store at Brookefileds Mall in RS Puram on Friday, Sherin lists out her most memorable performance to date.

“It was my role in the Malayalam film ” Hareendran Oru Nishkalangan” which was the most challenging, as I made the transition from a shy girl to a bold woman who takes revenge on her lovers by killing them towards the end. This marked the transition to serious roles apart from the glamarous roles. Fortunately, all my lovers have been kind to me,” she says, laughing.

Fresh from the success of her latest Kannada film AK-56, Sherin is busy with her next film, a bilingual.”My next film will be released in both Tamil and Telugu,” she says, without revealing any further details.


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