Nikki is a big fan of Pawan Kalyan
Nikki Galrani, actress Sanjjanaa’s sister, will be seen in the role of a NRI (home coming) in her Telugu debut ‘Krishnasthami’, starring Sunil. The...
Nikki Galrani, actress Sanjjanaa’s sister, will be seen in the role of a NRI (home coming) in her Telugu debut ‘Krishnasthami’, starring Sunil. The Bangalore-girl, who plays an aspiring writer Pallavi in the family entertainer, directed by Vasu Varma, admits to being inspired by Pawansim.
“I play an aspiring writer Pallavi. I have my own set of rules and principles called ‘Pallavism’ – just like Pawanism (smiles). Whatever thoughts I get, I would like to put it up on my blog and then share it with likeminded people. It’s an inspiring role that has different shades.
I look glamorous and at the same time sport half-sari, sari, etc like a Telugu girl. I couldn’t have got a better role for my Telugu debut,” she explains. Nikki adds that she’s a big fan of Pawan Kalyan too. “I’m a huge fan of Pawan Kalyan and watch all his films. In fact, my sister is working in his next film ‘Sardaar Gabbar Singh’ and I’m so happy for her.”
On working with Sunil, Nikki shares, “He’s a nice co-star and shy as well (smiles). Both of us got along well and I was thrilled to see the way he danced. I tried to pick up a few steps from him but he’s greased lightning.”
Having explored all the four South Indian languages, Nikki feels Tollywood needs more spice. “I don’t see much of a difference amongst the industries except that Telugu industry needs more masala, be it in item numbers or action sequences. But I’m really pleased to be part of it,” she concludes.