Amala Paul gets a kick out of stress
Chennai: Most people buckle under their job pressure, but southern actress Amala Paul, who admits having a stressful working schedule, says she enjoys the kick she gets out of it.
"Exhausted, fatigued and oozed out but can't wait to be at 'Iddarammayilatho' music launch. This job is crazy but the kick it gives is even crazier," posted Amala on her Twitter page.
Amala has teamed up with Allu Arjun and Catherine Tresa in Telugu romantic-drama 'Iddarammayilatho'.
Directed by Puri Jagannadh, the film also features Kaajal Vashisht, Brahmanadam, Nassar, Subbaraju, Srinivasa Reddy and Devshi Khanduri.
Amala recently returned from Australia after wrapping up the last schedule of upcoming Tamil action-drama 'Thalaivaa'.
"It feels like yesterday we kick-started 'Thalaivaa' and all of a sudden it's all over. I am going to miss it, and miss it so badly," she added.
She also posted that she misses "Kangaroo and fellow Indians who never made us homesick" in Australia.
Directed by A.L Vijay, she is paired opposite Vijay in 'Thalaivaa', which also features Ragini Nandwani among a host of other actors.
A prominent actress in Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu, Amala is known for her work in films such as 'Myna', 'Love Failure' and 'Run Baby Run'.
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