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Kajal Agarwal, has emerged as the latest heartthrob of Andhra youth with her romantic performance in Ramcharan movie Magadheera. She is also doing a lead role in “Arya-2” opposite to Allu Arjun and against Ram (Devdas Fame) in Just Ganesh. She made her presence in Tamil and Hindi films too.
Kyun...! Ho Gaya Na (2004), starring Vivek Oberoi and Aishwarya Rai was Kajal Aggarwal’s debut under the arc lights but like many other pretty, sexy and young hopefuls, she trekked down south to try her luck. And here she found the pot at the end of the rainbow in the form of Lakshmi Kalyanam opposite Kalyan Ram in Tollywood.
The five-feet-four svelte girl from Mumbai armed with a degree in Mass communication entered the tinsel town through Bharathiraja, the talent spotter. The veteran director decided to cast her as the female protagonist in his bilingual Cinema (in Hindi) and Bommalattam (in Tamil). Even before the release of her debut film, Kajal Agarwal is hot property in Telugu films thanks to Teja who introduced her there with Lakshmi Kalyanam.The film did not do too well, yet Krishna Vamsi came to her rescue with Chandamama, a runaway hit.
The Telugu film industry embraced the innocent faced nymphet and she has quite a number of hits under her belt starring opposite Sumanth, Navdeep and Nitin. Her movies like Chandamama, Pourudu and Aatadista have firmly established her as a contender for the top slot in the Telugu film industry.
Kajal is breaking into the big league with her forthcoming lineup of under production films such as Dheerudu opposite Ram Charan Teja, Arya- 2 starring Allu Arjun with another untitled flick opposite Junior NTR in the pipeline. Understandably the young actress is extremely proud of her achievement, that too in such a short time.
Notwithstanding her inroads into the Telugu film industry, her Tamil movies like Pazhani, the Bharath-starrer and Saroja as Mirchi Shiva’s romantic interest have brought her to the notice of Tamil film goers as well. She is now acting in two Tamil movies: Bommalattam directed by Bharathiraja, which also stars Nana Patekar and Modhi Vilayadu starring Vinay (Unnale Unnale Fame).
Name : Kaajal Aggarwal
Pet name : Kaaju
Birth Date: Jun 19th, 1985
Birth place : Mumbai
Height : 5′6″
Star Sign : Gemini
Marital Status: Single
Role model : Mother, because she is an intelligent person.
Life Goal : To become a big actress in india .
Profession : Modeling & Actress.
Debut : Hindi film - Kyun Hogaya na!!
Education : completed graduation (BMM) in Mumbai
Hobbies : Music ,watching films & dancing
First Movie: Bommalattam (Yet to be released), first Telugu movie is Lakshmi Kalyanam
Hindi: DDLJ, Sarfarosh, Aaina, JJWS, Socha Na Tha
Telugu: Jayam, Kadgam, Murari, Nuvvu Nenu, Sye, Manmadhudu
Favorite Colour : Blue , white& Red.
Favorite Food : Hyderabadi Biryani , any Spicy foods
Favorite Clothes : Jeans,t-shirts & Sarees
Favorite Drink : Any soft drinks
Favorite place : kerala, goa, Mauritius
Favorite Car : BMW
Favorite Book: Bridges of Madison County.
Favorite Hotel: Taj Krishna
Favorite Holiday Spot: Goa
Favorite Actors: All the people whom I worked with and Aamir Khan
Favorite Actress: Kajol, Sridevi and Sushimta Sen
Favorite Song: Naalo Uhalaku from Chandamama
Favorite Sport: I am not that into sports but I like to watch cricket on TV
Favorite Perfume: Light Blue by DNG , Summer Breeze
Favorite Hobbies: Watching movies and chatting with friends
Leisure Activities: Oh..I have so many to name..Traveling meeting friends and going out with them.
First Crush: It happened when I was in Ninth standard
Likes in others : Innocent , Loving nature & Honest.
For beauty : aerobics & Yoga.Eats Healthy food.
Strengths : Ability to understand and make the feel the people comfortable at any situation
Weakness: Getting attached to everyone
I Hate: Hypocrisy
I Love: Honesty
Bommalattam (Tamil) (Telugu: Raana).....Anitha
Modhi Vijayadu.....L R Eashwari
Magadheera.....Yuvarani Mitravinda, Indu