Nivedhithaa Sathish is a huge fan of Dhanush and is excited to work with him . She will star in the upcoming film Captain Miller, directed by Arun Matheswaran .
Nivedhithaa Sathish became part of Pushkar Gayathris Suzhal after winning gold medals for her work in critically acclaimed films such as Sillu Karupatti and Sethum Aayiram Ponn.The actress is thrilled to have signed a biggie with her favorite actress.Nivedhithaa will play one of the leads in Dhanushs highly awaited film, Captain Miller, directed by Arun Matheswaran.The actress discusses her career in the film industry, her love of cinema, and more in an interview.I'm a huge fan of Arun Matheswaran and have met him before.He had also viewed Sillu Karupatti's writings and my previous works.I reached out to him and the situation just clicked together.I am happy to be a part of Aruns' vision in something so big. I'm a huge fan of his acting.We all strive to be as good as our coworkers, so I believe that interacting with him would bring out the best in me.I am extremely excited and privileged to work with such a talented actor on screen.Tell us more about your role in the film...I cant reveal more about my character, but I can say that this film ticks all of the boxes on my wishlist, including being a period film. I have a strong role in the film, and I do hope that it will be remembered forever.You entered the film industry without a degree in film.How has the journey gone so farMême if my family has no affiliation with the film industry, the world of cinema fascinated me from a young age.When the time came, I decided to try my hand at acting for at least two years. I also met director Bramma and worked in Magalir Mattum with him.Sillu Karupatti came to mind, followed by Suzhal, and now I'm here seven years in the industry and a little more experienced about how things work here.How do you choose a film to watch?My mother used to watch a lot of foreign movies in different languages and my colleagues always suggested very good movies to watch.Because of my exposure to the best movies in the country, my gut instinct in selecting projects developed to be the most beneficial. You have been a part of both OTT and theatrical films.Do you approach them differently?Working for a stage performance, a theatre film, or an OTT film is the same for me.If I like the script and the team, and if my character is solid, I'm able to jump in; I don't mind where it's released. The lines between these two media are now blurry, and OTT platforms have only made their mark on us.