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The transformation of Swati

Swati is slowly carving a niche for herself as an actor in the film industry by doing some roles of substance.

Although she began her career with the TV show Colours which made her very popular, her debut was a Telugu film Danger.

She also proved herself with a supporting role in the Telugu super hit Adavari Matalaku Ardhale Verule (AMAV) and as the lead in the Tamil blockbuster Subramaniapuram.

Expressive, energetic, with an emotive capacity and an innate talent, Swati is able to carry off roles with elan.

Her latest is National Award-winning director Mohankrishna Indraganti's romantic comedy Ashta Chamma, where she plays the main protagonist. Read on as she tells Radhika Rajamani about the movie. Excerpts:

Do you play a quirky girl in Ashta Chamma?

Yes. It was difficult to play an energetic (Ashta Chamma) and a naive girl (Subramaniapuram) at the same time as I shot for both the films back to back. Both the movies were complete extremes as far as my characters were concerned.

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