Shruti Hassan who made her Bollywood debut in 2009 with Luck, has revealed that she is continuing to work during these difficult times as she has bills to pay. Despite there being a total lockdown in some cities due to the raging coronavirus pandemic, there are still some states that have allowed the shooting of films and television shows. “I can’t hide out and wait for the pandemic to end. Being on set without a mask is very scary. I’m not going to lie. But we’ve got to get back to work because I have financial constraints, just like anybody else. When they’re ready to shoot, I’ve to go out there as I also have shoots to complete and other professional commitments that I need to finish,” Shruti told a leading daily.
Shruti Haasan is the daughter of the legendary actor Kamal Haasan and Sarika but had moved out of her parents’ house over a decade ago. The fiercely independent actress also said that everyone makes “different amounts of money, but we all have bills to pay, and that is why I’ll have to get back to work.” “I’ve made every decision — good or bad, for myself by myself. There were some really smart people who didn’t buy any big things like a car or a house before the pandemic, but I bought a house just before this all started, and I was like, ‘God damn it’. So, yes I have basic financial constraints,” she added.