Gajala

Gajala is an Indian film actress, who has appeared in Telugu, Malayalam and Tamil films. She made her debut in the Telugu film Nalo Vunna Prema in 2001.

Gajala
Born19 May 1985 (1985-05-19) (age 34)[1]
Years active2001-2011
Spouse(s)Faisal Raza Khan(2016-Present)[1]

Early life

Gajala lived in Kuwait before her entry into the film industry.[2]

Career

An Interview with Times of India, March 17, 2014; She said that- "I don't see films as a career. Even when I started acting, I was doing films because I enjoy cinema. I never decided that I will do films till I'm 40 or 50 years old. I'm not struggling to work in cinema. If I get a good film, I'll be happy to do it. Otherwise, I'm not worried," she said." - Times of India[3][4]

Filmography

YearFilmLanguageRoleOther Notes
2001Nalo Vunna PremaTeluguRaaji
Student No.1TeluguAnjali
2002O ChinadanaTeluguRamya Reddy
KalusukovalaniTeluguAnjali
AdrustamTeluguKeerthi Dhanraj
Allari RamuduTeluguRukmini
EzhumalaiTamilAnjali Nagalingam
Bharata Simha ReddyTeluguShanthi
UniversityTamilShanmati
Thotti Gang TeluguKarate Mallishwari
2003FoolsTeluguDeepti
VijayamTeluguUsha
Janaki weds SreeramTeluguJanaki
2004MalliswariTeluguMonalisaGuest appearance
JoreTamilShalini
2005SravanamasamTeluguMaha Lakshmi
RaamTamilKarthikaayani Malaichamy
Nuvvante NaakishtamTeluguGuest appearance
RakshasaKannada
2006Nee Venunda ChellamTamilGeetha Viswanathan
Em MaganTamilDivya
MadrasiTamilMeena
2007Speed TrackMalayalamGouri
2008Raman Thediya SeethaiTamilThamizhisai Nedumaran
BhadradriTeluguPaapa
DuraiTamilMeena
2010Rambabu Gadi PellamTeluguRambabu Gadi Pellam
2011Money Money, More MoneyTeluguTrisha / Tirupathamma

References

  1. http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/report-south-actress-gajala-to-tie-the-knot-with-tv-actor-2181232
  2. "Suicide bid by actress Gajala". thehindu.com. 22 July 2002. Retrieved 27 September 2009.
  3. "I Don't See Films as a Career". Times of India. Retrieved 9 October 2016.
  4. "Gajala". Stars Fact. Retrieved 9 October 2016.



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