Nikki Roped in for Yogi's 25th film

Seems like Nikki Galrani has charmed Sandalwood as she is bagging projects back-to-back even before her first film is out.

Published: 24th February 2014 03:30 PM  |   Last Updated: 24th February 2014 03:31 PM   |  A+A-


Seems like Nikki Galrani has charmed Sandalwood as she is bagging projects back-to-back even before her first film is out. The actress’ debut project Ajith has her paired with Chiranjeevi Sarja. Her second film is with Prajwal Devaraj for which she has completed her portions. Her third will be Yogi’s 25th film, Obiraya, for which she has just signed on the dotted line.

NIkki-Galrani.jpg“I liked the script of Obiraya. My role is of a bubbly sweet girl who is madly in love with Yogi, which is actually a role reversal for him since he is usually shown to be chasing the girl. Also, this being Yogi’s 25th film, I feel am excited about being part of this project,” says Nikki, who is all praise for Yogi’s dancing skills. “From Jinke Mari to the Pankaja song in Huduguru, he comes across as a good dancer,” she adds.

Nikki who is also making her mark in southern language films saw her first overall release in Malayalam, a film titled 1983.  “Ajith was supposed to be my debut release, but instead 1983 became my first film. I am glad the film has impressed the audience. I am also looking forward to the release of my Tamil-Telugu film Yagavarayinum Naa Kakka, which will be a summer release.”

Nikki says she feels blessed to have bagged a few good movies so early in her career. “I will be soon signing my fourth project in Kannada, which I will announce once the details are confirmed,” she says.

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