Heroine’s warning to Media


Actress Amala Paul who acted beside Naga Chaitanya in ‘Bezawada‘ and Allu Arjun in ‘Iddarammayilato‘ couldn’t get right break.

She pinned her hopes on ‘Thalaiva’ (Anna in Telugu) but even that tumbled at box office.

Amala Paul who is acting in couple of Tamil films has decided to shift to Bollywood.

Earlier in the Hindi remake of ‘Tagore‘ that is being done by Krish with the title ‘Gabbar‘, actress Amala Paul was considered for Jothika‘s role. But assuming that a popular Bollywood actress adds value for the film than Amala Paul, she was replaced.

Hence she is unhappy for missing the chance to act in Bollywood film.

But she is now saying that none approached her with the role, but media is unnecessarily writing nonsense and thrashing her badly.

So, media should consider this as a soft warning from actress and keep away from writing about her missed B-chance!

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