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Promises to keep

Tini Sara Anien, DH News Service, Dec 31 2017, 19:52 IST
Sanjjanaa Galrani

Sanjjanaa Galrani

A brand new year is here, a time for new plans and resolutions. Sandalwood stars have much to look forward to in 2018 and a few of them shared with 'Metrolife' their resolutions for this year.

SANJJANAA GALRANI
"I love sleeping and need my eight hours of beauty sleep. Unfortunately, sometimes I am not able to get enough sleep because of my busy shooting schedules. This year, I want to have enough sleep and not just that, I want to wake up by 5 am everyday. This means that I would be eliminating nightlife. Moreover, I also want to eat more sensibly and do yoga systematically."

PRANITHA SUBHASH
"I don't believe in New Year resolutions but since it is an opportunity to start afresh, I would reflect on my work and put in more effort this year. Compared to the past few years, in 2017, I travelled a lot. I would like to continue doing that. In the coming year, I want to be more focussed and organised. I would also like to work in serious films and work harder on my business ventures. Basically, I want to be more happy.''

BHAVANAA RAAO
"I do not like to make New Year resolutions. I hope that 2018 will be good for me. I want to be more calm and patient in my approach to things and enhance my qualities. I want to listen more and talk less. I have been working on this for a while and will continue to do the same. I also hope to do advance levels in kathak. On the home front, I like to go ahead with my terrace gardening."

SONU GOWDA
"I would like to be a better person and a better actor in 2018. Whatever I haven't been able to achieve last year, I want to this year. I hope to perfect my performance. I was a part of theatre earlier, so I want to act more on stage as it is a challenging and satisfying process. On the personal front, I want to learn baking. That said, I don't want to plan anything and will treat the new year as a clean slate, where I can start everything afresh."

DIGANTH
"I have two releases lined up in 2018, 'Kathe Ondu Shuruvagide' and 'Fortuner', and I want them to do well. Discussions about a Bollywood film are also happening and I have my fingers crossed. I want to work on more meaningful scripts. I also want to dedicate more time on fitness and learn acrobatics in a big way. I also wish to stop partying for at least six months in 2018."

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