Right to Be
ARTISTS, WRITERS, CHEFS AND MUSICIANS, BANGALOREANS FROM DIFFERENT WALKS OF LIFE TALK ABOUT FREEDOM IN THEIR SPACE OF WORK AND THEIR DREAM PROJECTS.
Artists, writers, chefs and musicians, Bangaloreans from different walks of life talk about freedom in their space of work and their dream projects.
SHRADDHA SRINATH, 26
Theatre artist turned Kannada film actor who debuted with the independent film U-Turn and received accolades for it, she works in the Kannada, Tamil and Telugu industries now.
FREEDOM IS Spending an entire day without having to bother about the director and banner, and being able to pick a film solely for its script and my character in it. It is also about not having to control my own decisions based on my role as a ‘heroine’ in the industry.
IF I HAD COMPLETE FREEDOM
I would love to do independent films. Even though I like the comfort of my van, independent films make me feel at home. It is here that you can spend time being an actor without worrying about anything else.
Freedom is being able to pick a film solely for its script and my character in it