Kajal Aggarwal, who had back to back releases in summer with Mahesh Babu and Pawan Kalyan each, is now gearing up to test her luck in Bollywood with her third Hindi film, Do Lafzoon Ki Kahani.
In the past, the actress attracted a lot of controversy for her contradicting answers regarding the working style in South and Hindi films. While she allegedly said working in Mumbai feels a bit professional in a few interviews, she was quoted saying South Indian movies are the best, in some.
This has obviously hurt the feelings of both the audiences and has landed Kajal in a soup. However, the actress is moving pawns quite intelligently, of late.
She believes the gap between Bollywood and regional cinemas is decreasing with many leading Hindi stars doing South and Marathi films. "I don't think today there is anything like regional cinema or Marathi or Telugu or Tamil or Hindi cinema. We have influx of actors everywhere we share creativity like remake films, we have amazing technicians."
"I believe we are one big Indian film industry. I don't think of it as South versus Hindi film. It is great if top actors are doing films in other languages it means you are expanding your horizon," she said.
And as far as the actress is concerned, she prioritizes a film's story gets the over the language it has been made in. "As long as the story is good I don't think the language should matter. I don't believe language is a barrier in acting or in cinema.", she quipped.