‘I’m glad that films like Salaar offer us the opportunity to connect with Indian languages across regions. I feel blessed to have grown up in a multicultural Indian home. While growing up, I learnt Tamil and Hindi, and additionally, learnt Telugu when I started working in that film industry 10 years ago. Our culture is beautifully diverse and I’m glad to be a part of that,’ she told BT.
Like most actors, Shruti Haasan is also a fan of the big cinematic experience. On being asked about theatres vs OTT, she says: ‘I would definitely say that I am a huge fan of going to the theatre and watching films. Nothing can compete with that experience. Having said that, sometimes having that one person talk on the cell phone or talk loudly during a movie, I can’t handle that. In that case, I prefer watching movies at home in my comfort zone, where I know nothing will disturb me. But some films are made for the big screen experience, the sound and the visuals need a certain platform. So, I won’t watch those at home.’