Meenakshi Dixit to Foray in Kannada With Chinna Chinna Aase

Published: 29th September 2014 06:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th September 2014 06:05 AM   |  A+A-


Meenakshi Dixit, a familiar face in the Southern industry will now make a mark in Sandalwood with Chinna Chinna Aase. Rudramuni, who has mostly worked in Ravichandran's films, is directing his first feature film. Chinna Chinna Aase is a love story starring Krishna and Ester Narona playing an important role in the film. "Chinna Chinna Aase might be a hit song in Roja. But most of us call our loved ones as 'chinna'. So I decided to name my film as Chinna Chinna Aase," he says.

Meenakshi who is excited to work in the Kannada industry says, "I was approached many times by directors in Sandalwood. I took very short time to say yes to the role director Rudramuni has offered me. The character I play in the film will help me explore my acting skills and also help me to develop a rapport with the industry."

Meenakshi, simultaneously has taken up a Tamil project, with Venkat Prabhu's younger brother Premgi Amaren, which is supposed to be a romantic comedy. She also is waiting for her debut film in Hindi, P Se PM Tak, to be released. "The Hindi film is ready. Since it is a concept-based film, it needs a lot of marketing, before they set the release date," says Meenakshi.

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