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asking in the glory of the rave reviews she earned for her performance in Newton and celebrating the film’s entry to the 2018 Oscars, Anjali Patil is not resting on her laurels. She is also actively supporting the cause of protecting the environment. She recently shot for Save the Rivers a campaign to make people aware of the harmful effects of pollution. She was ensconced in a monastery in the picturesque hills of Nepal when she was offered the role in Newton. Rajanikanth’s Kaala also came her way after they saw her in the Sri Lankan film. She became the first ever Indian to dub in Sinhala for this film. A dyslexic (numbers confound her), she’s quite a linguist, speaking Tamil, Malayalam, French, Sinhala, English and of course, Hindi. A national award winner, Anjali has earned recognition through films like Delhi in a Day, Chakravuyuh and a Sri Lankan film With You Without You. She will also be seen in The Silence which was released on Oct 6th. The film tackles the crucial and taboo topic of sexual assault and its aftermath, tracing the recurring question of responsibility of silence. The actress has pocketed some plum projects which include Rajnikanth’s Kaala where she will be seen in a pivotal role. Later, she will be seen in Rakesh Omprakash Mehra's Mere Pyaare Prime Minister and Anand L Rai’s Nimmo in which she plays the title role of Nimmo directed by Rahul Shanklya.
Her first debut in feature films was Prashant Nair’s Delhi in a Day in which she was critically acclaimed for her portrayal of Rohini. Later on in 2011, she also worked as the leading actress and the producer of an international short film Green Bangles. This short film was selected as India’s official entry to WIFTI (Women In Film and Television International, Los Angeles) and was eventually selected and screened at the WIFTI International Showcase 2012 in 44 cities in 15 countries. She has starred in a Telugu film, Na Bangaaru Talli for which she received the National Award – Special Mention and the State Nandi Award for Best Actress
Her big Bollywood break came with Prakash Jha's latest film on issues related to Naxalwad, Chakravyuh, making her the talk of the B-town for her powerful performance alongside seasoned actors like Om Puri, Manoj Bajpai, Abhay Deol and Arjun Rampal. We
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