Top 86 Aishwarya Rajesh Quotes of 2020

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“Social media and smart phones have become an inevitable part of our lives. We shouldn’t be under their control, which is wrong. It is mere stupidity, and we must be aware of everything around us.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“My mother tongue is Telugu. I was born and brought up in Tamil Nadu.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“When I travel in Tamil Nadu for shooting, I make it a point to eat at roadside eateries and drink tea/coffee at a tea stall.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I like men who respect women.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I really like shooting in real locations.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“For me, Malayalam is a difficult language. It has got a lot of tongue-twisting words.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Eating street food in Bangkok is an experience.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I have definitely not turned glamorous.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I want to be choosier. I can’t let quality take a back seat… not after ‘Kaaka Muttai.’”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I had a lot of Marwari friends, both in Holy Angels School and Ethiraj College.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I am a huge fan of Shah Rukh Khan; I have not missed any of his films since I got hooked to ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.’”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I like multi-tasking.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I felt that I should become a film actress first, and then come back to serials and earn good remuneration from it.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I used to visit one production house every day, and I used to take up auditions even for small roles. Before my debut, I must have auditioned at almost every single production house.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“After acting in a critically acclaimed film like ‘Kaaka Muttai,’ I didn’t get any offers for more than a year.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“My gut told me ‘Kanaa’ was worth taking up, and it’s a dream role for any actor.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I am not interested in doing a film on the basis of a good story. I want a proper screenplay.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I lost my father when I was barely 10.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I want to be remembered for my roles and films rather than my looks.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“In the kind of films offered to me, I don’t even get the role of a city-based college girl. How do I let people know I can do sophisticated, contemporary roles, too?”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“’Kanaa’ is a rare opportunity; it’s about women’s cricket, and they’ve trusted me with this film. I trained for nearly four hours every day with three coaches.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“One must never compromise on finances and confuse personal friendships with professional charges.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“It’s very different working with Vetrimaaran. If he’s happy with your shot, all he will tell you is, ‘Good job. Go do what you have to next.’”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“While signing ‘Sakhavu,’ I wasn’t aware of the depth of communism in Kerala. I was born and brought up in Chennai, and our political ideologies are very different.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I don’t see anything wrong with my films in 2016, except maybe ‘Kadalai’ and ‘Parandhu Sella Vaa.’ I did do a lot of different roles.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I was supposed to do Mammootty’s ‘White,’ but it didn’t work out.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I always do what the character demands, and I love to experiment with my looks.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I’m an athlete, and I have been interested in sports films.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Dubbing really uplifts your character.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Every director has their own unique working style.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“When I did ‘Kaaka Muttai,’ I was a very raw actor. Director Manikandan brought out the best in me.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I feel very confident and empowered before the camera, after working with Arjun Rampal.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“There are many Bollywood actresses who work in the South and speak Tamil or Malayalam, and though it is correct, we find it funny sometimes.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“’Daddy’ is an amazing Bollywood debut for me. I don’t play a typical Bollywood heroine. It’s a performance-oriented role.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Arjun Rampal is one of the best co-stars I’ve ever worked with.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I believe that comfort level is crucial for a performer.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Vetrimaaran expects his actors to be spontaneous. Since he mostly prefers shooting in live locations, you have to be prepared for everything when you work with him.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I did my schooling at Holy Angels, where they had stringent rules. I coloured my hair blond and red and was pulled up by the principal.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I like to eat in five-star hotels and also love street food.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I am a workaholic and constantly want to do something.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I’ve always wanted to be a good dancer. It used to be my passion.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I get along very well with people – that’s both an advantage and a disadvantage.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I feel there are a very few actresses who can perform really well. I want to be one among them.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Any actor can be glamorous, but not everybody can be a performer. That’s why I’m focusing more on the performance side. I feel that’s what even people want from me.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I always give weightage to performance more than the length of my character. That has always been my criteria for signing a film.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Anybody can do glamorous roles. With the latest technology, any girl can be shown beautifully on screen.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I am somebody who is not too fond of fancy or commercial stuff, like dancing around trees. Even in the 20 films I have done in South, none had any of such stuff.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I have never danced in any film of mine, barring some stage shows.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I don’t go by the screen time. Even if I have one or two scenes, it is essential that people remember me.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I am sure that I don’t want to take up stupid roles. And by stupid, I refer to those which doesn’t have any sense. A role should have some life in it, right?”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Initially, I didn’t have much knowledge about cinema. But once I started doing good films, precisely after ‘Kaaka Muttai,’ people started respecting me as a performer.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“If the script is boring when I read it, I am sure it would be boring onscreen, too.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“There is a fine line between being glamorous and vulgar. I am open to glam roles as long as they don’t look vulgar on screen.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I will never do something like an item number.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I prefer doing strong roles irrespective of duration, and it is almost impossible for me to take up a role that has nothing much to contribute to the script.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I have always given priority to the gravity of the roles I do.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Directors approach me for doing ‘strong’ women characters which, as an actor, increases a sense of responsibility to give my 100 per cent and even more for the faith they entrust on me.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“The method in which ‘Vadachennai’ is narrated gives a feeling as if you are travelling with the characters to the different eras where the various situations happen.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“’Kaaka Muttai’ has gone places. It’s a great feeling. There is respect from family and friends. The film has travelled to international festivals, and I was able to meet big directors.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I had to do a lot of preparation for ‘Kaaka Muttai.’ I had to literally spend every night and morning in the slums, observing the life of people there, and work on my diction.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I take care of my body, do yoga and exercises.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“My aim is to do all genres, both entertainment and art.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“As much as I’m happy, I know it’s not going to be easy in Bollywood.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“It was cinematographer George C. Williams who first told me about ‘Sakhavu.’ He said that the script was good and asked me to listen to it. Later, Sidhartha Siva called me and narrated the script over the phone.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“No matter how many movies I do, ‘Kakka Muttai’ will be one of my best movies.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I was not wary of playing a mother on screen but wasn’t sure if I could do justice to it. Would I be able to showcase that kind of overpowering love without being a ‘real’ mother?”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I firmly believe the industry does not let down performers.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I always get told by women that they would love a daughter-in-law like me. That’s big, because not too many people seem to want their son to marry an actress!”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I want to be a star; yes, that’s everyone’s dream.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I usually don’t choose any of my Tamil films depending on the heroes but give priority to the script.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“In ‘Aarathu Sinam’, I play a wife and mother. It’s a very homely character, quite contrary to what I’ve done so far.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Instead of saying ‘unique,’ I will say ‘Kattappava Kaanom’ is a very special and lucky film for me because I got the chance to step into Hindi film industry when I was in the shoot of this movie.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I’ve always wanted to work in the Malayalam industry.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Irrespective of the language and industry, what I seek from a project is good story and role.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I play the leading lady in Arjun Rampal’s latest production, ‘Daddy’. It’s a very bold, performance-oriented role, and the team had originally cast someone else. However, when Arjun saw my performance in ‘Kaaka Muttai,’ he roped me in.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I’m playing my first urban character in ‘Thirudan Police.’ It’s an important film because I’ll be breaking the stereotype that I’m only fit for rural characters with this role.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I played a very small role in ‘Attakathi.’”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I love the body language of the women cricketers and the attitude with which they carry themselves.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“It’s an honour to play a woman cricketer on screen.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“The best memories are the ones where I celebrated Deepavali as a kid.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I come from a lower-middle-class family and used to stay in a housing board colony.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“Deepavali is my ‘favouritest’ festival. More than Pongal or New Year’s, this is the time we all come together as family and celebrate.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“In Chennai, we have the beach for entertainment, but in places like Trichy, Salem, and Coimbatore, movies are the only entertainment.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“When I signed ‘Kaaka Muttai,’ a lot of directors told me that I shouldn’t be doing the role of a mother so early in my career. But I went ahead, as I aspire to do challenging roles.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I want to do glam roles, too. I don’t want to restrict myself when it comes to doing good cinema.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh

“I am not anybody’s fan – unless you’re talking about Rajinikanth.”

― Aishwarya Rajesh
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