Shraddha Srinath recalls bitter experience in buses
Reported By 03 Apr 2020
Actress Shraddha Srinath, last seen in Ajith's starrer court drama 'NerkondaPaarvai,' an official remake of the Bollywood movie 'Pink' recalled a bitter experience after seeing a series based on Nirbhaya's rape case. The talented actress seems to have recalled her own background as the cops in the series continue to talk about a white-colored, private bus in which the incident occurred.
Shraddha Srinath posted on her social networking page that when she was studying law, she used to travel by bus, and hated them because it was crowded. Recalling the whole experience, Shraddha wrote, "I would travel by bus during the law school, I hated crowded busses, mainly because I would feel unsafe and ... I don't know I can't find the word for it ... it felt like war inside a crowded bus. I mean, taking busses helped me a lot in building character and gave me some real humbling life lessons but I HATED crowded busses."
"So I'd wait at the bus stop every day, morning and noon. I'd miss packed buses. I'm going to take the next one," I would say, waiting for the next one. The next one should have arrived, but it was busy too and I would have missed it. Yet I needed to get home / college and I couldn't wait forever. AN then intermittently, those brightly colored private busses will arrive, you know, those with big baby / prayer hands / tiger / god pictures on the back. And they stayed flat. Consider the emptier Faaaaar than the BMTC buses. Yet something seemed different about them. So I will look away, and wait a little longer. And then I will actually get on the next BMTC bus burst on seams, "she adds.
A relieved Shraddha Srinath says, "Today I'm just happy I never got on those private buses and waited for my good old trusty, but crowded BMTC." "Oh wait, another reason I didn't take the private bus was because my BMTC pass wouldn't work on it and I had to pay out of my pocket. Pocket money was real tortoise in college guys. Real torture. Cheers to be financially independent," Shraddha concluded.
Shraddha Srinat has Vishal's 'Chakra' and Madhanvan's starrer 'Maara' in Tamil meanwhile on the job line.