Fri, 02 Aug 2013 12:15:00 GMT | By IANS

Occasionally make films from women's perspective: Isha Talwar

Actress Isha Talwar talks about the importance of subject-matter in stories, and doing women-centric films


Occasionally make films from women's perspective: Isha Talwar (© Filmysouth)

Chennai: If not regularly, then at least once in a while it would be good to see an inspiring story from a woman's perspective on the big screen, says actress Isha Talwar, who appears in Malayalam, Telugu and Tamil movies.

"Once in a while it would be interesting to see a stimulating story from women's perspective. I'm sure stories narrated from a woman's standpoint will be a different experience for the audiences," Isha told IANS.

She, however, believes it's the story that makes any film worth watching.

"Subject is the king. It doesn't matter if you plan to narrate a story from women's or a man's perspective, but eventually the success of a film relies on its story. A man or woman won't matter if you don't have a good story to tell," she added.

Known for back-to-back hits such as 'Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde' and 'Thillu Mullu 2', Isha is currently set to start shooting for Malayalam drama 'Balyakalasakhi'.

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