Amyra Dastur likes the hospitality of Tamil industry

Sep 16, 2013 IANS

Chennai, Sep 16 (IANS) Amyra Dastur, who is making her Tamil debut with upcoming romantic-thriller "Anegan" opposite Dhanush, says she liked the warmth she received from the industry while shooting for the film in Puducherry recently.

Amyra made her cinematic debut in "Issaq" opposite Prateik.

"Everybody is so respectable and hospitable in this industry. Everybody is so simple and shooting with them so much fun. Even when we were shooting outdoors, we didn't face any hassles with the onlookers. Everybody was very supportive on and off the sets," Amyra told IANS.

The 20-year old plays a modern-day south Indian girl in the film. She says she didn't have a problem with her costumes.

"I don't think I had any issue with the costumes after all these are Indian clothes. In south, people wear them differently, and therefore, all I had to was learn their way of wearing clothes," she said.

Directed by K.V Anand, "Anegan" also features Karthik, Atul Kulkarni, Ashish Vidyarthi and Jagan. It is being produced by AGS Entertainment.

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