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Shraddha Srinath shares a post writing 'I just wish Sarah had not refused to give Arjun the money he needed.' on the Jersey movie first birthday

Jersey completed one successful year and the fans are looking forward to the Hindi remake but Shraddha Srinath is not acting in it again.
Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: April 19, 2020 12:03 IST
Shraddha Srinath shares a post writing 'I just wish Sarah had not refused to give Arjun the money he needed.' on the Jersey movie first birthday

Jersey is one of the super hit movies in the Telugu film industry that released last year. Natural Star Nani played the lead role in the film as a cricketer. The film featured Shraddha Srinath as the heroine and it is her first released movie in Telugu. Interestingly, the film became a big hit at the box-office. Gautam Tinnanuri, who made Malli Rava is the director of the movie. After scoring a big hit at the box-office, the movie is now getting remade in Hindi with Shahid Kapoor playing the lead role. Shraddha Srinath, the film's heroine took to her Instagram profile to share her thoughts about the movie. Shraddha wrote how things could have turned differently as well. She is very attached to the film and her post clearly projects the same.
 
Shraddha Srinath is a great lover of love stories and one knocked her door, she could not resist. "I'm a hopeless romantic. A sucker for love stories. Unfinished love stories, or love that could not be - they break my heart and cause me physical pain. I can't explain it." she shared.
 
"I think about Arjun and Sarah a lot and how their story ended so abruptly. I do. A love story that started so beautifully. There was respect, there was unconditional support, there was abundant love, there was a fire to fight against the world for one another. And then years later there comes reality and it's not pretty. She is frustrated, he feels lost and hopeless. Some days I just wish Sarah had not refused to give Arjun the money he needed. Other times I wish Arjun had not hidden from Sarah why he quit playing cricket, to begin with. I wish Sarah had been more supportive, more kind and less flustered. I wish Arjun had realized that being alive to watch his son grow up is more important than absolutely everything else. But maybe I don't understand Sarah and Arjun at all. Maybe there were a victim of their circumstances, far more complex than you and I can comprehend. And so, I can only wish. Perhaps in a parallel universe Sarah and Arjun still live. Perhaps, sometimes fiction becomes a part of our subconscious mind and thrives there and gets immortalized." revealed her thoughts about how things could turn differently than how we saw it on the big screen.
 
"One year since Jersey, I find myself absent-mindedly thinking all this quite often." shared Shraddha Srinath, along with a picture.
 
"This photo was taken by Nani when I was rehearsing feverishly for the confrontation scene. He took it without me realizing, then later asked me to check my messages. So sweet no. @nameisnani, you were such an incredible co-actor. So sensitive and such a joy to work with. Mere awards cannot do justice to the kind of effort you put in. You made it timeless. And @gowtamnaidu, thank you my friend, for everything." she concluded in her Instagram post.
 
On the professional front, Shraddha Srinath is busy with Maara, Godhra, Krishna and his Leela, Chakra and Phantom movies.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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I'm a hopeless romantic. A sucker for love stories. Unfinished love stories, or love that could not be - they break my heart and cause me physical pain. I can't explain it. I think about Arjun and Sarah a lot and how their story ended so abruptly. I do. A love story that started so beautifully. There was respect, there was unconditional support, there was abundant love, there was a fire to fight against the world for one another. And then years later... there comes reality and it's not pretty. She is frustrated, he feels lost and hopeless. Some days I just wish Sarah had not refused to give Arjun the money he needed. Other times I wish Arjun had not hidden from Sarah why he quit playing cricket to begin with. I wish Sarah had been more supportive, more kind and less flustered. I wish Arjun had realised that being alive to watch his son grow up is more important than absolutely everything else. But maybe I don't understand Sarah and Arjun at all. Maybe there were a victim of their circumstances, far more complex than you and I can comprehend. And so, I can only wish. Perhaps in a parallel universe Sarah and Arjun still live. Perhaps, sometimes fiction becomes a part of our subconscious mind and thrives there and gets immortalised. One year since Jersey, I find myself absent mindedly thinking all this quite often. :) This photo was taken by Nani when I was rehearsing feverishly for the confrontation scene. He took it without me realising, then later asked me to check my messages. So sweet no. @nameisnani , you were such an incredible co actor. So sensitive and such a joy to work with. Mere awards cannot do justice to the kind of effort you put in. You made it timeless. And @gowtamnaidu , thank you my friend, for everything.

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