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Anjana thrilled

Bollywood import for Maleyalli Jotheyalli, Anjana Sukhani has made a mark in the Kannada film industry. The shooting for the film has been completed and Anjana holds fond memories of the shooting. “I have never worked with a better team in the South Indian film industry. Language was a bit of a problem but I soon overcame the difficulty with help from the team,” Anjana told Metrolife.
   Offers have been pouring in for her from the Kannada film circuit. “I am going through a few scripts but I am yet to zero in on any as yet. It might sound a bit boastful but I must say that the movie has come out really well and the music certainly rocks,” says an excited Anjana. 


‘No hype please!’

The last leg of shooting of K M Chaitanya’s Suryakanti is under way. The film will hit theatres across the City in a month’s time. But the team is keeping away from too much hype and publicity.
Chaitanya says the publicity team will hit the market 15 days prior to the release of the film. “There’s a lot of expectation from the film and I don’t want to grab too much attention. The people are the best judge,” says Chaitanya.
The experience has been nothing less than fulfiling and Chaitanya seems totally content. “The hard work has paid off. There are a lot more fight sequences, songs in Suryakanti than in my first film,” he says.
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