Actress Isha Talwar is on cloud nine these days, having made a successful debut in Mollywood with 'Thattathin Marayathu' and consequently testing the waters in other South industries.
The actress is just fresh off her first Telugu film, Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde, which is garnering good response from the audience. "I'm still in that zone," beams an excited Isha, who also has a Tamil film with Prakash Raj, which will hit the screens soon. While the Telugu rom-com has her starring along with Nitin and Nitya Menen, the Tamil movie, which is a remake of the 1981 Rajinikanth-starrer by the same name, will have her doing a full-length comic film for the first time.
"It's a mad comedy. Since the Tamil film was itself a remake of the 1979 Hindi movie Gol Maal, which is a cult film, I am well-acquainted with it. So it was easy to slip into the role and the mood of the movie," she says.
Having worked in Malayalam, Telugu and Tamil, ask the Mumbaikar actress if her final destination is Bollywood and she says, "Bollywood is not my final destination. If that was the case, it would have happened a while ago. There are offers but I'm not up for it right now. Currently, I'm getting good projects in the South and I want to capitalise on them."
Meanwhile, Isha says she is in talks with a few Mollywood directors and hopefully will sign up something soon. "I would love to do more good roles in Malayalam," she says.
Apart from movies, Isha has been busy filming for ads as well, being selected as the face for several brands post the success of Thattathin Marayathu. "Things are happening in all fronts, slowly and steadily," she signs off.