Anjali in Bol Bachchan remake

Actor Anjali, the beauty with the talent to match, is on a high these days. Not only has her Fox Star and AR Murugadoss production, Vathikuchi brought her acclaim, she is also  awaiting the release of UTV’s Settai next, where she takes up a glam avatar.

Published: 27th March 2013 02:03 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th March 2013 02:03 PM   |  A+A-

Anjali

Actor Anjali, the beauty with the talent to match, is on a high these days. Not only has her Fox Star and AR Murugadoss production, Vathikuchi brought her acclaim, she is also  awaiting the release of UTV’s Settai next, where she takes up a glam avatar. Adding to her joy is her increasing foothold in the Telugu industry as well. After the recent hit Seethama Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (SVSC) with Venkatesh, Anjali has now been signed on for the Telugu remake of Bol Bachchan as well.

Speaking to City Express, Anjali confirms, “I am excited to team up with my SVSC hero Venkatesh again. This time it’s for the remake of the Hindi hit Bol Bachchan which was directed by Rohit Shetty. I started shooting for the film from March 15.”

The remake is directed by  Vijay Bhasker and Anjali said that she is happy to be working with a prestigious banner like Suresh Productions of producers Rama Naidu and Sravanthi Ravikishore. Ram  is also a part of the cast.

Her other film, Balupu, with Ravi Teja, directed by Gopichand Malineni, is under production. Anjali had earlier acted in Photo and later in Premalekha Rasa in Telugu. Now, looks like her  Tollywood career is gaining momentum with a host of  films with big banners and stars in her kitty.

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