Patralekhaa to play surrogate mother in Zee 5 web feature Badnaam Gali; film will release on 10 May

Patralekhaa is also working on a Kannada movie titled Where is my Kannadaka, directed by Raj and Damini Shetty

Press Trust of India April 28, 2019 09:14:17 IST
Patralekhaa to play surrogate mother in Zee 5 web feature Badnaam Gali; film will release on 10 May

Mumbai: Patralekhaa is playing a surrogate mother in a web feature film titled Badnaam Gali, and the actor says it is a challenging yet interesting role.

The 29-year-old actor is currently in Delhi shooting for the film.

"It's an interesting character. It is quite a fascinating journey to live on screen. It is something very different and new that I am experiencing. I loved the concept immediately when it came to me so without any second thoughts it was a yes," Patralekhaa said in a statement.

 

 

 

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She is also working on a Kannada movie titled Where is my Kannadaka, directed by Raj and Damini Shetty. She will be seen sharing the screen space with Kannada superstar Ganesh for the first time.

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The actor has already started learning Kannada for the film.

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