Actress Anupama Parameswaran made her acting debut in Alphonse Puthren’s Premam in 2015.A year later, she went on to sign a film each with Nithiin, Naga Chaitanya, Sharwanand and Dhanush in Telugu and Tamil cinema respectively, before she returned to Malayalam cinema with Jomonte Suvisheshangal. In fact, Trivikram Srinivas, who introduced her to Telugu film audiences in A…Aa, went on record to say, “Anupama has a long future ahead in Telugu cinema. We really need more actresses like her.”
For the past three months, she has been juggling between the sets of two of her upcoming films in Telugu but at the moment, it is her upcoming film Krishnarjuna Yuddham that is making big noise ahead of its release.
After she began acting in Telugu films, she has hardly signed any film in Malayalam cinema where she started her career. Ask her if there is a reason behind the kind of choices she has made and pat comes the reply, “I don’t get a lot of gap from Telugu films (laughs). On a serious note, I did act in Jomonte Suvisheshangal after I made my debut in Premam. The Telugu film industry has been really kind to me and I can’t leave out such beautifully written characters that I’m being offered. At the moment, I’m shooting for 15 days in a month for A Karunakaran’s film and the rest for Trinadh Rao Nakkina’s Hello Guru Prema Kosame.”