Punjabi actress Aman is making her Kannada debut through the upcoming movie Tale Bachkoli Powder Hakkoli, being directed by Venugopal and produced by Vikram.
Speaking to Times of India, the actress has shared her experience of working in her first Sandalwood film.
"I've always wanted to do south movies because I've heard that everything about working on a film here is professional. And shooting for this movie met my expectations in that regard," she has said.
Talking about her role and how she bagged it, Aman has said, "I met Vikram, he liked my look and I was selected for the movie. I play a village girl who falls in love with Vikram's character, whose parents don't agree with her choice of man because he isn't really doing anything with his life. So he has to prove himself to get their approval."
When asked why she chose this particular movie, Aman has revealed, "The fact that I get to play a village girl. I love the typical attire - the flowers in the hair and the ghagra cholis. Also, I've played Western, urban girls in my Punjabi films, so Tale Bachkoli... gave me the chance to play a character I hadn't played before."