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Sangati Jogwar

Kajal Aggarwal is a famous name in the South Indian film industry. It was a great moment for her when recently she became the first actress from South India to be honored with a wax figure at the Madame Tussauds gallery in Singapore. The actress revealed this good news on her Instagram account. She will be joining the Ultimate Film Star Experience (UFSE) at the popular gallery on February 5, 2020, which is the latest launch from the museum.

On the same day, the “Comali” actress will be standing beside her wax figure and unveil it. At this juncture, Kajal Aggarwal will pose with her replica. Interestingly, fans will be treated to a movie set from a popular film of the actress. They will be able to go there, pose and click. The fans will get a first-hand experience of an earthquake that is digitally generated and created using special audio-visual effects, AR technology, and real-time camera capture.

This celebrity content will be displayed exclusively at Madame Tussauds, Singapore and will encompass 2,500 sq.ft of area. It will give the guests a tour of the Indian cinema and its glamour and glitz.

Kajal Aggarwal Is Eager To Work With Salman & Tiger

The actress has worked with most of the leading superstars of the South Indian film industry and even with some A-listed Bollywood stars. She was the leading lady in the first installment of “Singham” opposite Ajay Devgan directed by Rohit Shetty and the movie was a big hit. Next, she would like to work with none other than superstar Salman Khan and the latest heartthrob Tiger Shroff.

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Salman is undeniably the biggest B-town actor whereas Tiger has proved his mettle and stardom with back-to-back hits like “Baaghi” and “War.” Now, it needs to be seen whether any of the producers from the film industry will show interest in pairing Kajal opposite either of these two stars in Bollywood.

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