Niranjana Anoop to romance Asif Ali in BTech

She was last seen romancing Dhyan Sreenivasan in Goodalochana, and now Niranjana Anoop will be seen opposite Asif Ali in BTech where she will play a Bangalore-based girl.

Published: 23rd November 2017 12:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd November 2017 09:33 AM   |  A+A-

Niranjana Anoop

By Express News Service

She was last seen romancing Dhyan Sreenivasan in Goodalochana, and now Niranjana Anoop will be seen opposite Asif Ali in BTech where she will play a Bangalore-based girl. The actor is also doing Vysakh Udayakrishna's first production Ira. "The character in BTech is something I am excited about, because the subject is a perfect package of everything, from comedy, family values to romance. It is a script that can get us excited," says the actor, whose last movie hit the screens a few weeks before.

So, how has life changed post-Goodalochana? "Goodalochana was a great step. Though I have been in the industry for some time, it is post-Goodalochana that I have begun to get lead roles and am working more with the young generation," says the actor. Niranjana made her debut in Mohanlal's Loham. She was also seen in Ranjith's Puthanpanam.  

Niranjana says it feels a lot different when she began working with the younger generation. "All the movies I did were good ones. But, both were different. While it's a great learning experience while working with Mammootty and Mohanlal, it was a lot of fun on the sets of Goodalochana and Ira," she adds.

So, what about her role in Ira? Niranjana is very tightlipped about it. "I play Jennifer, who romances Gokul Suresh. I can't reveal more about it at the moment as my character is connected to the story-line," adds Niranjana.

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