‘Illi Salladhavaru Alli Seriddhare’ – In the cast of ‘Sarigama’ of Sunil Kumar Desai, it did not happen for Kruthi. Like the other heroine of ‘Sarigama’ Nakshatra – Kruthi with a change in name Adwaitha moved to Tamil. She is smiling for two good opportunities today.
Hailing from Udupi district now staying in ‘Kannada Kutira’ apartment near Modi Hospital this bubbling actress Kruthi was selected for ‘Sagakkal’ Tamil movie but she got another opportunity that is ‘Azhagara Samiyin Kudirai’(on Horse Power) of Suseendran who made ‘Vennilla Kabbaddi Kuzhu and Naan manaan Alla’ Tami films.
‘ASK’ is slated for release on 13th of this month and that is prior to the debut of Kruthi alias Adwaitha’s ‘Sagakkal’ (LMK Swami is director and Sanjeev is hero). In ‘ASK’ Appu Kutty, Saranya Mohan, Adwaitha, Prabhakaran, Soori are also in the cast. Music maestro Ilayaraja has scored the music.
ASK has been invited for international film festivals in Toronto, Shanghai, Moscow and Sydney. This is about a horse turning as a major protagonist. It is spiced up with comic elements. The protagonist name is Azhagarsami while the heroine Devi (Adwaitha).
Adwaitha very bright in her studies completed BBM from Bishop Cotton and now doing second year Masters in Bharathanatyam from Bangalore University.
‘I have not been noticed here’ – that is the reason to make appearance in Tamil. However, the experience has been pretty good and artists from Karnataka are highly respected says Adwaitha.
Adwaitha is playing ‘Devi’ in ASK releasing this week all over Tamil Nadu. She has very less dialogues and expressions are important delivery from my end she says. She has two songs and shooting in rural place like ‘Theni’ was wonderful. I have learnt a lot from the team of Suseendraji says Adwaitha.
The two releases in Tamil of this Tulu speaking girl Adwaitha is a dedication to my parents who are at the 25th year of married life disclosed the actress.
Adwaitha father is a marketing professional and mother is house wife. Her brother is studying fine arts from Ken School of Arts.