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Anjali irks Kalanjiyam

IndiaGlitz [Wednesday, April 24, 2013]
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Actress Anjali seems to have been annoying her director who introduced her in Tamil. Director Kalanjiyam is currently directing a film named Oor Sootri Puranam which is to have Anjali in the lead. As per the call sheet, she should have joined the sets by yesterday whereas she hasn't turned up.  Kalanjiyam further complains that he tried calling up the actress many times with no response from her. He also concluded by saying that he would file a complain against Anjali if she doesn't happen to turn up for the shoot.

As of now, Anjali is at Pune with Venkatesh shooting for Bol Bachan Telugu remake.




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