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Singham girl takes a break

bollywood Updated: Aug 14, 2011 17:41 IST
Prashant Singh
Prashant Singh
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Her recent film in Bollywood turned out to be quite a blockbuster. And that’s probably why newbie Kajal Aggarwal decided to take a breather. Post the success of the Ajay Devgn-starrer, Singham, Kajal has gifted herself a vacation after a long time.

The actor was initially busy shooting back-to-back for her Tamil and Telugu projects for a year and then came along her debut in Bollywood. So even as makers rake in the moolah back in Mumbai, Kajal has made her way to Paris and Nice in France along with her friends. And she’s excited because Kajal has wanted to visit Paris ever since she was a child.

“I took a break because I was working round-the-clock for almost a year,” she says. “I seriously needed to rejuvenate. It’s a fabulous holiday and I feel recharged to start work again.”

Born and brought up in Mumbai, Kajal has shot for over 21 films in a span of four-odd years. She made her film debut in the 2004 Hindi movie, Kyun...! Ho Gaya Na before entering the Telugu film industry with Lakshmi Kalyanam (2007). She has also been part of several successful films like Magadheera (2009), Darling (2010), Brindaavanam (2010) and Mr Perfect (2011) apart from others.

Ask Kajal if her break is special in many ways since Singham has become the latest blockbuster and she says with a smile, “Of course it is. One always feels deserving after their hard work is appreciated. And with Singham being such a huge success, I felt my vacation was totally worth it. I’ve been delighted throughout my travel!”

Though currently, Kajal is yet to sign the dotted line for any other Hindi project, she has reportedly been signed on for The Business Man, an upcoming Telugu film, which will be directed by Puri Jagannadh. The film stars south India star Mahesh Babu. The actor returns to India early next week.