Kajal Aggarwal - a name of fame in the Southern film making world - kicked off her Bollywood stint with a minor side role in Kyun... Ho Gaya Na! in 2004. Not finding a follow up break for herself in Mumbai, she moved down south back then, to star in movies like Teja's Lakshmi Kalyanam (another flop), Chandamama (a blockbuster), Magadheera (her biggest Telgu blockbuster for which she even bagged the Filmfare Best Actress Nomination) Darling, Brindavanam and Mr.Perfect... among others, finally establishing herself as an icon to identify with. In Tamil, she has seen her break with movies like Bommalattam, Modhi Vilayadu and Naan Mohaan Alla; in Kannada cinema she debuted with Raju Hasan's Thathastu opposite Chirag.
after filing her kitty with those range of works in cinema, she has
finally found her opening to return to original station Bollywood.
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Telugu movies are amazing. Kajal was so good in South. Since I'm Telugu, I hope she stays in South movies but also has success with Bollywood. Wishing her best of luck <3
I just wish Tollywood would get more recognition :/
Sad that Tollywood film industry doesnt get the respect it actually deserves !!! and all these actresses are given so many breaks and all we get in the end is the same no respect I've seen only Shriya acknowledging Tollywood ppl ...anyways all the best ...if you arent a star there we are ready to see you again :|
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She Is One Of My Fav. Actress In Tollywood
Magadheera And Arya 2, Super Duper Movies :))
All The Best To The Movie Singham :)
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