Friday, 28 June 2019

Actress Lovelyn Chandrashekar on “House Owner”


Inheriting the ‘Expressive Eyes’ from her mother Viji Chandrashekar, Lovelyn Chandrashekar has now exquisitely carved a niche of excellence with her nuance performance in “House Owner”. While the film’s release is all set to happen tomorrow (June 28), the dusky beauty is being flooded with relentless praises from the special screenings.

“I am in a state of mind wedged between dream and reality. Truly, I am going through an unexplainable joy and excitement now. Especially, the eminent and senior personalities from film industry praising our film land me on seventh heaven. Yes, I could predict few things during the shoot itself that it will get its due credits for the hard work of entire team, but to see such heart-warming response from celebrities and media is something beyond my perceptions. I never imagined that I would be noticed even for minute things like speaking Tamil in Palakkad slang. I owe a lot to Lakshmy mam for being so much supportive as a mentor and bringing the best out of me,” says Lovelyn Chandrashekar.

Furthermore, she adds saying, “If not for the strong characters and gripping narration from Lakshmy mam, such a reception would have not been possible.  Kishore sir, Sriranjani and Kishore have been the main pillars for their performances in one or the other way enhanced my characterization. It’s like these characters are inseparable and that’s the beauty of Lakshmy mam’s writing.”

“House Owner” is bankrolled by Dr. Ramakrishnan for Monkey Creative Labs and AGS Cinemas is releasing the film across Tamil Nadu in major and good number of screens. The preview screening for celebrities and media has fetched wowing reception for the film, which has significantly increased the curiosities upon the film. Ghibran’s BGM and song along with cinematographer Krishnasekhar T.S’ visual poem, extraordinary art work, C.S. Prem Kumar’s edit and Tapas Nayak’s ‘Sound’ that created incredulous naturalness to the tale is sure to get its due credits from audiences.

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