Young actress Milena Radulovic quickly won the hearts of the most faithful of audiences – the TV audiences. But it is obviously just a start of a promising career.
In the true sense of the word, she’s an upcoming actress. She is a member of a generation of young professionals with a clear vision of what kind of career they want, what they intend to achieve on the scene or in front of the camera and a detailed perception of success.
You are very young and you have managed to draw attention to yourself, easily. The series “On a summer’s night” brought you popularity and recognisability. How would describe your first television role and this entire experience?
I was lucky to start working right after my first year of studies, which brought me self-confidence for castings and jobs that came later. The role of Lola was excellent for my first acting steps. On one hand, the character had certain similarities with me so I was relaxed playing Lola; on the other hand, it also had differences that were a challenge to portray.
Has acting fulfilled your expectations, from your time at University, so far?
Acting has certainly met my expectations. I am happy to be in a line of work that allows me to constantly move forward and develop as a human being.
How much has your graduation play, “At home”, familiarized you with working in a theatre, which is very different to working in front of cameras?
I became aware of this difference already at the beginning of my studies, when we were filming “On a summer’s night”. The play “Home” meant a lot to me, because the role of Zana is the most demanding role I have encountered so far.
Where are your ambitions directed? Are there any hints for new roles in the upcoming season?
In my immediate future is a lead female role in a film, which we will begin filming in a few days. In addition, I plan to continue my education in Russia.
In an interview, you stated that travel is your passion. Is there a place that you haven’t been to yet, which you find especially attractive?
Travelling is a passion of mine. Among remote destinations, I would love to visit Bali and Zanzibar, and as for Europe, it would be Madrid and Amsterdam.
From your experience so far, which city/country/part of the world did you find particularly fascinating?
For complete relaxation, the Maldives; and as cities rich in history, cultural, architectural and artistic treasures I would have to emphasize Rome, Paris, Barcelona…
What factors do you think are critical, in addition to talent, for success in your line of work?
Persistence, patience and luck.
autor: Anica Vasić