Heroes And Directors Can't Guarantee Success: Jennifer Kotwal
(8 years ago)
December 20, 2010 : Jennifer Kotwal, the bubbly face of South Indian films and television commercials has tasted success and failure in her brief career, and has learnt the lesson that it is not only her costar in a project that she is working on or the director who can produce a hit out of that project.
The most important thing required for a film to work is its script, and that is evident from Jennifer Kotwal's latest release 'Huli'. With villain turned hero Kishore as the male lead, several heroines in the Kannada film industry would not have given their nod for the commercial potboiler. But Jennifer Kotwal is different and she has just proved it through her work in 'Huli'.
The actress herself cannot believe the wonderful response that the film has received from the critics and from her fans. Jennifer Kotwal plays a bubbly journalist in the film. Speaking about her costar Kishore, the actress says that he is a very good actor and she thoroughly enjoyed herself working with Kishore, without any apprehensions about the fact that he had formerly played a villain and the audiences would not accept him as a hero. The script was appealing to her and hence she agreed to be a part of 'Huli', says Jennifer Kotwal.
The actress is also not bothered about the same bubbly roles coming her way. Speaking to the media, Jennifer Kotwal says that she will never shed her bubbly image because that will mean a cut in her huge fan list. Her fans love her when she is all chirpy and that is the way she will be onscreen and offscreen, signs off Jennifer Kotwal.