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'My dream to become a heroine has finally come true'

...says actor Anjali, who stars opposite Raj Charan in Manoratha, directed and produced by Prasanna Kumar

Published: 05th September 2018

Anjali, an engineering graduate, quit her cushy job to follow her heart, and try and make it big in tinsel town. Having played supporting roles in films like Run Antony,  Kirangoorina Gayyaligalu and Nangista, the actor is now excited to play the lead in Manoratha.

“My dream to become a heroine has finally come true,” says Anjali, who adds that she is now experiencing butterflies in her stomach, as she awaits her film’s release.

Manoratha, directed and produced by Prasanna Kumar, will see Anjali starring opposite Raj Charan. “The film is a suspense thriller, and my character has two shades,” she says. 

The film’s music has been composed by Chandru Obaiah. 

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