Shruti Haasan just took to her social media and cleared the air about her controversial interview where she compared North and South films, claims her quotes are misinterpreted and the publications running the articles aren’t true.
Actress Shruti Haasan tweeted, “Certain Telugu publications have misinterpreted a quote from a national interview I gave and are writing articles that are untrue. Just to clarify I am extremely proud of having been a part of films like race gurram and Gabbar Singh- GS with Pawan Kalyan Garu was life changing!!”
The second tweeted read, “Being a part of Telugu and South Indian film industry is a part of my heart, truly. That interview was given in context to the Hindi films I did and perception of north VS south in Indian films which in itself I’ve never liked - hope that clears things up for the everyone”
Meanwhile on the work front, Haasan will soon collaborate with her father on the trilingual adventure film Sabaash Naidu, a spin-off involving one of the characters in the 2008 film Dasavathaaram. She made her American television debut in 2019 with the action drama series Treadstone in which she has a recurring role.
Shruti is also part of Krack, directed by Gopichand Malineni also starring Ravi Teja, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and Samuthirakani.