Family keeps Khushboo away from acting
Chennai: Khushboo Sundar, a popular southern actress of the 1990s, says she is so busy spending time with her loved ones that she can barely find time for cinema.
She has drastically cut down on her assignments and one of the few projects she has taken up include hosting Telugu reality show 'Get Ready' and a cameo in her husband Sundar C's directorial venture 'Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru' (TVSK).
"Movies and me have almost bid goodbye to each other as I don't find the time and heart to leave my loved ones behind. Takes long to leave my comfort zone," posted Khushboo, a mother of two, on her Twitter page.
She is making a cameo appearance in upcoming Tamil comedy 'Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru' (TVSK), which features Sidharth Suryanarayan, Hansika Motwani, Santhanam, Ganesh Venkatraman and RJ Balaji in important roles.
"Don't read too much into my cameo for TVSK song. Lot of hype created. It's just a cameo of few moments. Don't expect too much," she further posted.
"I was visiting the sets and was pulled in to shake a leg with Siddharth. (I) enjoyed it. Though (I) was nervous as I do that with many far intervals," she posted.
Known for working in all south Indian languages and Hindi, she started her career as a child artist with Hindi film 'The Burning Train'.
In south, Khushboo has acted in over 100 films. Some of her best films include 'Chinna Thambi', 'Anna Malai', 'Stalin' and 'Gagana'.
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