Over the years, Amala Paul has been undergoing a massive transformation, not only as an actress but also in her personal life.

She started focusing on acting in female-centric films or picked out substantial, and memorable roles. As a person, she started focusing on yoga and spirituality and displays her journey of self-discovery on Instagram.

Despite the ups and downs in her life, Amala Paul continues to move forward with a positive attitude. In a recent interview, the actress admitted that she has trouble separating her personal and professional lives.

"I am what I am. I came into the industry when I was 17 and whatever I have gone through personally reflected in my work and vice versa. I cannot take one out of the other or maybe I didn't know the art of separating the two. I can say that about myself until 2019," she said.

However, 2020 proved to be an eye-opening year for Amala Paul.

"It was a really introspective period for me when I was dealing through my father's death in a very mindful way. I came to the realisation that I was completely naked.

"I felt like a blank page. I came to the realisation that I don't have anything that I can call my personal, that my private life is public, and that everything is out there. I felt as if my life had been misinterpreted far beyond my control," she added.

She also changed her working style as part of this new transformation and approaches her characters differently.

"I just wanted to intuitively follow the artiste in me during last year's lockdown. I knew Durga in ' Kudi Yedamaithe' and there were many script reading sessions. I knew her job, her economical condition, and I knew I was going to meet her. I just wanted to organically meet the character without creating it in my head, and it turned out to be beautiful," Amala Paul explained.

Source: Indiaglitz
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