Lavanya Tripathi

The learning curve never ends says Lavanya Tripathi

Lavanya Tripathi is aiming for a terrific 2023 which includes ‘great acting work.’ The actress wants to travel a lot more this year. “I look forward to travelling more than ever. I want to spend as much time as possible with my family doing a little more social work,” she says in an interview.

Professionally, Lavanya, who has been going slow on signing films in Telugu, has films in multiple industries, including a digital release.

I’m happy to be at a point in my career where I can take my time and pick what I want to do next. I have some releases this year, and I am looking forward to all three projects. Going forward, I want to work on projects I wholeheartedly enjoy. she says. “I am listening to a few scripts. This year I am looking for characters which will test me as an actor, and give me an opportunity to rediscover myself,” she adds.

Her last two films may have had only a mediocre run at the box office, but she is calm about it. Lavanya says she always goes with her instincts when it comes to okaying scripts. “Sometimes it works, at times it doesn’t, but the point is the learning curve never ends. I Have been extremely picky and I am in no hurry to sign films,” she shares.

A trained classical dancer, Lavanya, who hails from Uttarakhand, stresses that as an actor one has to try learning different things in the process of self-discovery.

While Lavanya has played several characters in her decade-long journey in films, she agrees that she was in danger of being type-cast in ‘cute; roles. But she’s quick to point out that her roles as a hockey player in Al Express, a widow in Chaavu Kaburu Challaga, and an aspiring journalist in Arjun Suravaram have ensured that she Won’t be labelled. “It’s all about keeping on Working,” she says, signing off.

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