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Amala Paul to Lead in a Lal Jose film!

Submitted by on January 6, 2012 – 8:46 pmNo Comment |

Amala Paul, who has just finished shooting for Dr.Biju’s film ‘Aakashathinte Niram’, in which she has been paired with Indrajith, has already bagged another whopper of a film. If news reports are to be believed, she would play the leading lady in Lal Jose’s new film!

Amala, it should be remembered had appeared in a tiny role in Lal Jose’s film ‘Neelathamara’, which was her debut in Malayalam films. The girl soon was ‘discovered’ by Tamil film makers, and we saw her striking gold with films like ‘Maina’.

Today, she is one of the most sought after leading ladies in the South Indian film industry, and has some very impressive films lined up for release. In Lal Jose’s film, she has been paired with Fahadh Fazil, and this film should be Amala’s first commercial venture in Malayalam.

The beautiful actress has delivered one strong performance after the other in all the films that she got to be a part of, whether it was the highly controversial ‘Sindhu Samaveli’ or the much acclaimed ‘Maina’. With Lal Jpse’s film, Amala should comfortably further make her way to the top.

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