Performer Anjali says she needs to win a National Award !!!

LAST MODIFIED: December 20 2017, 15:46 IST
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Anjali has effectively checked over 10 years in the film business since her presentation with the 2006 Telugu film Photo.

From that point forward, she’s been a piece of some important activities, for example, Kattradhu Tamizh, Angadi Theru, Engeyum Eppothum and Geethanjali among others. In a current talk with Deccan Chronicle, glancing back at her decade-long profession, she said it’s her fantasy to win a national honor. “I have packed away a couple of honors incorporating the state grant in Andhra. Be that as it may, my point is to get a national honor for which I have been buckling down and picking contents, which would give me scope.”

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Her next Tamil discharge is Balloon, a ghastliness spine chiller slated for December 29 discharge. Discussing the undertaking, she stated: “However a blood and guts movie, Balloon has everything from satire to sentiment to feelings and so forth. Jai will be found in a double dimensional part and he is an inflatable merchant in one of them. Thus this title, I figure (grins). Individuals still discuss our prior flick Engeyum Eppothum. This one is very surprising.”

At the point when asked who is the real phantom in the film, which likewise stars Janani Iyer, she stated, “That is the anticipation!”

Anjali was likewise gotten some information about her supposed association with co-star Jai, whom she’s accepted to date for some time. “We are great companions,” she elucidated, putting to rest every one of the gossipy tidbits about the couple that has been doing the rounds.

She likewise said she has no opportunity to consider marriage right now.

“I am doing films like Peranbu with Mammootty, Kanbathu Poi (a female driven activity spine chiller), Vijay Antony’s Kali in Tamil and a couple of incorporating one with Nandi Award victor Karri Balaji in Tollywood. Along these lines, it has been riotous. I finished 10 years in film industry and am glad that I am as yet gotten well in Tamil and Telugu.”

Anjali is one of only a handful couple of performing artists who can without much of a stretch slip into any character she’s advertised. A year ago, she staggered crowds and pundits alike in Karthi Subbaraj’s Iraivi. Her execution as a spooky young lady in Telugu film Geethanjali earned her the Nandi Award for Best Actress.