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Sillu Karupatti Nivedithaa Sathish talks about her latest film Sethum Aayiram Pon

Sillu Karupatti has made me more self-confident: Actress Nivedithaa Sathish says while talking about her new film Sethum Aayiram Pon.
by Akanksha Sridhara | April 07, 2020 17:08 IST
Sillu Karupatti Nivedithaa Sathish talks about her latest film Sethum Aayiram Pon

Nivedithaa Sathish shot to fame with Halitha Shameem’s Sillu Karupatti. Her latest film Sethum Aayiram Pon has had a Netflix release. The indie film was quietly released on Netflix in time where people are looking for new Tamil content. The lockdown has led to the postponement of so many films and tv shows, in this scenario, Nivedithaa Sathish's Sethum Aayiram Pon has come to the rescue!
 
“I was sceptical about promoting the film, fearing it may be socially irresponsible,” says said Nivedithaa. “But I was convinced people would love to watch good content, especially now,” she added. She also stated that the release on Netflix was a last-minute surprise for the team. “We didn’t quite have a release plan in place."
 
Nivedithaa Sathish debuted in the 2017 film Magalir Mattum. The actress said the Magalir Mattum taught her the basics but it was on the sets of Sillu karupatti that she gained self-confidence. The actress stated, “The film rid me of many insecurities. For instance, I didn’t have much makeup on -- just some kajal and lip balm. I got comfortable in my skin. I am a more confident actor now, able to stand up for myself.”
 
The actress will next appear an untitled film directed by R Saravanan, headlined by Jyotika, Samuthirakani, and Sasikumar. The actress has appeared on screen with actress Jyotika before in her debut film Magalir Mattum. Talking about the upcoming film she said, “In Magalir Mattum, I didn’t have much screen space with Jo ma’am. But in this film, I play her daughter. It is a proper family drama,” she says with excitement. “It is a huge set. After working on Sillu Karupatti, the mere size of the production had me in awe. Also, I am the kid on the set. Oru madhri ellaarayum vambu izhuthutu iruppen; it was fun."
 
The actress also spoke of the coronavirus outbreak. She said, “The quarantine has put a spanner in the works.” However, she has been keeping herself busy sketching, cooking, working out and spending time with her family. “Everyone is mentally drained and having a routine will help you. Sometimes, peer pressure can get to you, especially with social media. But do what you want. The whole world is struggling right now; it is okay to take your time.”
 
 
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