Actress Kajal Aggarwal, who possesses an enviable hourglass figure and a flooring smile to go along with it, has said that in her opinion, her disciplined lifestyle was the key to her success in all languages.
Hugely popular in Tamil and Telugu films, Kajal’s latest Telugu film Khaidi No.150 opposite comeback hero Chiranjeevi has turned out to be a colossal success. That Kajal agreed to pair up with Chiranjeevi after many frontline heroines spurned the offer (she had also acted quite a few films opposite Ram Charan Teja, Chiranjeevi’s son) makes the success even sweeter.
She has another biggie in Tamil films as she plays Ajith Kumar’s heroine in his upcoming Siva-directed Vivegam whose first-look poster and title were released only on Wednesday (01st February). She also has on hand Vijay’s upcoming Atlee directed venture, which would be her third film with Vijay after Thuppakki and Jilla.
“I might be a huge star now but I don’t think much about it. I was just 22 when I debuted in films more than 8 years back. At that time, I was very naïve and couldn’t guess as to which were good scripts and which were bad. Later, I realized my folly and started choosing my scripts based on their merit. Now, looking back, I feel that discipline had all along been the key to my success,” concludes Kajal Aggarwal.