Varsha Bollamma achieveda recognition as the quintessential girl next door through her performances in films such as “Jaanu”, “Middle Class Melodies,” “Pushpaka Vimanam”, “Swathimuthyam”, and “Stand Up Rahul”. In her upcoming film “Ooru Peru Bhairvakona,” she portrays the role of a tribal girl. The film features Sundeep Kishan as the male lead. With the film gearing up for its release, she talks about the film and her role.
“Ooru Peru Bhairavakona” is a thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining film. It provides the audience with an exciting experience that keeps them on the edge of their seats. There are some wonderful supernatural elements. The audience will thoroughly enjoy it. It also has a very positive message.
I portrayed the character of Bhumi, a tribal girl. She is the only educated girl in her village, and she is a girl with the courage to stand up. While director VI Anand was telling the story, it felt fresh and wonderful. I also questioned whether I could pull off this one. I asked him to give me a few days to think about whether I could do this role. When I said yes, he gave a detailed narration. The determination to portray this character grew stronger.
I hail from the hill station of Coorg. Nature is an integral component of our dialy lives. We hold reverence for trees, rivers, hills, and animals. I can identify with Bhumi’s role in that manner. In addition, the team is very cooperative. Sundeep Kishan is a friendly co-star. Throughout the filming process, I encountered no obstacles.
It is said that you have a strong preference for choosing the roles…
Indeed, I am inclined towards pursuing roles that hold significance, regardless of their length in the film. So far, all of the roles I’ve taken on have substance.
An excellent project is currently being developed, but I hope that the makers will announce it soon Having already worked in Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam films, I am hoping to sign a Kannada film.