The hot and happening Nikki Galrani is all set for her Tollywood debut with Krishnastami. The film is up for release this Friday and on this occasion, we caught up with her for a brief interview. Here is the transcript.
Q) How did you get into films ?
As you all know that I am actress Sanjana’s sister and studied fashion designing. Post that, I ventured into modelling and did close to 40 Ads. After seeing one of my ad’s I was offered a Malayalam film. In the past two years, I have done eight Malayalam and five Tamil films.
Q) How did you bag this film ?
When I was shooting for my Malayalam film, I got a call from Dil Raju’s office for the film. Initially, I could not do the film because of date problems. But as the project got delayed, I adjusted my dates and was roped in for the film.
Q) Tell us about your character in the film ?
I play an NRI girl called Pallavi. She is a very thoughtful girl who pens down all her ideas in a book called Pallavism. Each idea and thought of her has been showcased in an interesting manner during the course of the film.
Q) How was it working with Sunil ?
Oh! I had a wonderful time working with him. He is an honest and dedicated actor who has immense love for cinema. I learnt a lot from him during the shoot of this film.
Q) Did you take any suggestions from your sister ?
Nothing much. I decide on my roles and if I have any doubts, then I ask my sister who gives me perfect suggestions.
Q) Tell us about the director Vasu Varma ?
He is one of the most patient directors I have ever worked with. He is a cool person and has helped me immensely during the shoot of the film.
Q) How was it working in Dil Raju’s banner ?
I don’t have to tell anything special as everyone knows about him. The way he stuck on to me inspite of me not having dates is wonderful. He is giving me a good break and what I can expect more from him.
Q) What are your future projects ?
I will be working in Patas Tamil remake and also in the sequel of Rangam.
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