Raashi Khanna, who grabbed the attention of Tamil audience with her roles in ‘Imaikka Nodigal’ and ‘Adanga Maru’, is currently busy with a bunch of films in Kollywood, including Vishal’s ‘Ayogya’ and Siddharth-starrer ‘Shaitan Ka Bachcha’.
She is currently learning Tamil from a private teacher and says, “Since I am part of Tamil films, I sincerely feel it’s an integral part of my job to know the language. Tamil is beautiful and I enjoy learning it.”
Raashi Khanna made her debut with the 2013 political spy thriller ‘Madras Cafe’, where she played the role of Ruby Singh, the wife of an Indian intelligence officer Vikram Singh, portrayed by John Abraham, who was also the producer.
She had to undergo acting workshops before taking up the role. The film—particularly the story and direction—impressed most Indian critics.
Impressed with her performance in Madras Cafe, actor Srinivas Avasarala approached her for the female lead role in his directorial debut ‘Oohalu Gusagusalade’, which also featured himself and Naga Shourya in the lead role.