'I Prefer South over Bollywood as Hindi cinema lacks Ethics', Says Kajal Aggarwal

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There is no easy way to success: Kajal Aggarwal

Kajal Aggarwal

MUMBAI: South movies star Kajal Aggarwal recently revealed that she prefers working in South film industry rather than in Bollywood. In a private media organisation event, Kajal Aggarwal said, "Hindi has been our Mother-Tongue. We have grown up watching Hindi films. It has been very kind to me as well. But I prefer the environment, the ethics, the values, the discipline of the South industry, which I feel is lacking in Hindi cinema."

Kajal said, “South is definitely very accepting, but I guess there is no discount or there is no shortcut to hard work and there is no easy way to success.”

She added, “There are a lot of people who want to commence their career in Hindi cinema because it is a more nationwide-recognised language. The South is a very friendly industry, it’s very accepting. There are fabulous technicians in the South, wonderful directors and phenomenal content that is generated over all four languages- Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada.”

Notably, Talking about professional front, Kajal was last seen in the Tamil film, Ghosty. She will be next seen in NBK 108, directed by Anil Ravipudi. The film also features Sreeleela in a key role.