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Why Gajala always gets second heroine roles?
April 08, 2006

Gajala was last seen in “Ram’ where she played a small but neat role. And that was about it. In ‘Nee Vaenunda Chellam’, she is an ‘add-on’ while Namitha plays the leading lady. Ditto with “Emttan Mahan’. Gopika is the first heroine and she is cast as the second heroine. It is said producers and directors are skeptical to cast Gajala as the main heroine, following her alleged suicide attempt. Let’s hope the industry forgets the unsavoury incident and Gajala doesn’t have to play second fiddle anymore. The petite actress surely deserves a better lot.

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