Reena Roy recalls her experience working in South films

Reena Roy discussed her comeback to films in a recent interview. The veteran actor said that these days she is watching more South Indian films and that ‘their action and dance are unbelievable’. Reena also shared her memories of her time working at South Films.

The veteran actor has also expressed a desire to work on OTT projects. She also spoke about her experiences working in south Indian films and the types of films she now enjoys watching. Reena also mentioned the work culture in the south Indian film industries, recalling her time working with the late LV Prasad and other directors. She claimed that when she worked in the south, others would not even ‘overtake’ the director’s car if it was in front of them, presumably out of respect.

“I want to do something similar to Baghban and Mother India. I’m watching more south Indian films that have been dubbed in Hindi these days. Their movement and dance are incredible. I like those movies… I’ve done a lot of work down south in the past. They were punctual, particular, and committed,” says her.

“Reena explained why she wanted to take a break from acting. She also expressed a desire to work in regional cinema. “I’ve decided to start working at OTT in the new year. I’m getting inquiries. I’d like to work in regional films as well, from Punjabi to Tamil, Telugu, and everything in between,” “Reena stated.

Reena was a popular actor in the 70s and 80s, acted in films like Jaise Ko Taisa (1973), Zakhmee (1975), and Sanam Teri Kasam (1982). Reena married cricketer Mohsin Khan in 1983 and announced her retirement from acting. She later moved to Pakistan with her husband. After her divorce, she returned to India in 1992 and made a comeback in Hindi films with Aadmi Khilona Hai (1993). She has since appeared as a guest on reality shows. She was a guest on the reality show Superstar Singer 2 last year. The veteran actress made a grand entrance while dancing to one of her own songs.

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