"In 1998, Indian superstar Rajinikanth’s film Muthu opened to a phenomenal response from Japanese fans, becoming a runaway hit at the Japanese box office, staying in the theatre for more than 100 days."
"If you have a story you want to tell, no one else can do it for you. I bring a lot of discipline to writing because I know that women-centric, diverse content is needed in the world and if I can help make that happen, then there’s no room to procrastinate."
"Our people worked hard, built temples, established Tamil schools, committees - in foreign countries, all whilst balancing work. Now with the new generation of Tamils, everyday we're hearing success stories of individuals following their passion whilst working. We're a community of side hustlers. Maybe that's where I also find inspiration and drive."
“My dream production, whether I’m producing or starring in it, I’d love to make a film about the crisis in Sri Lanka with the Tamil population,” she says. “I think it is so complex and nuanced: the situation with the Tamil Tigers and the Sri Lankan government, the genocide that happened. It’s something obviously near and dear to my heart because it’s my community.”