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Anjali decides to file a case

IndiaGlitz [Monday, April 08, 2013]
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Actress Anjali has decided to file a case on her aunt and director Kalanjiyam.

Kalanjiyam is said to be misusing Anjali's renumeration and fed up with this, Anjali decided to approach the court to solve the issue. It is earlier believed to be Anjali's mother, but Anjali cleared that it is her aunt. It was Kalanjiyam, who gave Anjali a break in Kollywood.

Anjali is currently acting in Ravi Teja's 'Balupu' and opposite Victory Venkatesh in the remake of 'Bol Bachchan'. 'Crazy', the Telugu version of her Tamil film,'Settai', is set to be released soon.

Hope the current issue will be solved soon.




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