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Amulya has no plans of bidding goodbye to films

Amulya, who got engaged to Jagadish R Chandra on Monday, will soon get back to the sets of her upcoming film Mugulu Nage.

Published: 09th March 2017 03:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th March 2017 03:05 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

Amulya, who got engaged to Jagadish R Chandra on Monday, will soon get back to the sets of her upcoming film Mugulu Nage. In the movie, she is paired opposite Ganesh.

Amulya and Jagadish

Will this be her last movie? The actress says, “I might take a break after marriage, which will be in May, but I have not thought about quitting films... I started as a heroine in Chelluvina Chittara, in 2007, and it’s been more than ten years in this industry. I can’t leave it behind so easily. I have worked on  good subjects till date and I will continue that even after marriage,” says Amulya. “Jagadish’s family has not placed any restrictions on me.” she adds.

The actress, who has known Jagadish for few weeks now, has learnt that her fiance is an ardent moviegoer. “He has watched my films Gaja Kesari and Shravani Subramanaya. He told me that he watches one movie a week. He has lived in London for two years and therefore he has great regard for this art. He told me that whenever he enters the theatre, he ensures to switch off his phone. For him, talking over the phone at cinemas is like disrespecting the art... I was happy to hear that,” she says.

Amulya says she blushed when Jagadish said he liked her “silent nature”. “He said he saw his mother in me... who is also a very silent woman,” he says. “It was nice to hear such  lovely words from a person with whom I will be living for the rest of my life.”

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