"Since I played an imaginary character in 'Soodhu Kavvum', I got to wear a lot of colourful costumes and make up. However, it's the exact opposite in 'Pizza 2: Villa', in which I play a very responsible character and I'm mostly seen in salwar-kameez with no make-up," Sanchita told IANS.
Sanchita essayed Shalu, a manifestation of the hero's imagination in "Soodhu Kavvum".
In Deepan Chakravarthy-directed "Pizza 2: Villa", she is paired with Ashok Selvan.
"It's a completely different role in 'Pizza 2: Villa'. My performance in the film is very refined vis-a-vis my last film, where I could do anything I want because I was an imaginary character. It was challenging to change because people still call me Shalu whenever they see me outside," she added.
The transformation from a vivacious character to a reserved one was difficult, said Sanchita.
"Firstly, there is a lot of expectation from the film because it carries the 'Pizza' franchise. Secondly, with a role so different from my last one, I had to work very hard to pull it off in the film," she said.
--IANS (Posted on 27-10-2013)