Words matter. These are the best Catherine Tresa Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I read a lot of books; I am a lazy person when I don’t work!
Vishal is a gentleman. I really enjoyed working with him on the sets. But he keeps pulling everybody’s leg!
When I hear a story, I think about it from the point of view of the audience.
If you want to be an actor, you have to be serious about it. You can’t be goofing around.
I thoroughly enjoyed working with him. He’s truly a fantastic actor and is extremely dedicated. I feel I have grown better as an artist working with Karthi.
I always liked performing. I learnt to sing, play the piano and dance. I was good at academics too but I was interested in extra-curricular activities. My parents encouraged me.
Who knows which film and what role can bring you fame?
Kadamban’ is not a documentary, although it’s set in a tribal backdrop. There’s dancing and a whole lot of entertainment.
I easily get bored when I have to play the same kind of roles.
I want to do different kinds of roles and work on good scripts because doing the same kind of roles is boring – both for me and the audience.
For me, a place is defined by the kind of people inhabiting it.
None in the ‘Madras’ team knew what to expect. We were just sure that we were making a good film.
You learn and grow with every film.
Puri Sir is a fantastic director.
Whatever I do, I give my 100 per cent to it.
I like clarity in what I do.
The first time I visited Chennai was in 2013, July, I think. I came here to meet the director of my first Tamil film, Pa Ranjith for ‘Madras.’ We did a test shoot and I left the same evening. I didn’t get to explore the city much at that time.
I like movies and I love working in both Tamil and Telugu.
When you dance with Arjun, the bar is set so high that you need to really push yourself to match up to him. Nevertheless, it’s always fun to dance with him.
I am fond of turkey with all the stuffing, which is my favourite!
I am open to all scripts and I am not very picky.
I am a great food lover.
It is important to learn a new thing. You shouldn’t be boring… nobody wants you to see you that way.
Something can have an impact on you only if it challenges you.
I choose a film only if my character has got importance. My character should have some weight. I shouldn’t be someone who just comes and goes.
In the film ‘Paisa’ my character can’t be called glamorous. It’s more performance oriented.
I don’t like to stagnate. I’d get bored doing similar films.
I listen to music, meet my friends, spend lot of time with my pets and party at the gym!
I like dancing a lot, but I would like to do it as a part of a film and not as a special number.
I look at my role and how important it is for the film. For instance, my role in ‘Sarrainodu’ was very much appreciated.
It truly is the most amazing Indian festival. I love Diwali because of what it symbolises – it’s a festival of light and how it takes over darkness and brings positivity into our lives. That’s the essence of Diwali and it’s beautiful.
While growing up, my favourite part about Diwali was the delicious sweets.
Ranjith is such a perfectionist. His visualisation of scenes makes it easy for the technicians as well as the actors. His attitude exudes so much energy that we want to give every shot our best.
If I don’t enjoy the role I play, how will audience enjoy it?
I’m not particular about being kissed under mistletoe. That being said, I’m not averse to trying it either!
Every film is special, irrespective of the result.
I grew up in a household where sweets were not given to you whenever you want. It was restricted only to special occasions.
For more reasons than one, my first film in Kollywood, ‘Madras,’ will stay with me forever.
Generally, I look forward to doing different roles and I am game for challenges.
Challenges are fun. It’s no fun being repetitive.
I enjoy working in the Tamil industry very much.
I did Kannada when I was in college. I wasn’t even sure of what I was doing. I started figuring out my career in acting when I began doing Telugu and Tamil films.
I may be working in different languages, but the sentiments of audiences remain the same.
Chennaiites are warm and caring – and for me any city is about the people. In fact, I would love to spend more time in the city. Also, I am fond of the south Indian dosa and sambar.