Ileana D'Cruz is an Indian actress primarily associated with Tollywood and Bollywood industries. Basically, from Goa, the slender beauty ventured into Telugu film industry with Devadasu, which became a huge success after initial flop talks and later picking up.
Post the success, due to her slim figure and curvy body, the petite Beauty got committed to star in big films like Pokiri with Mahesh Babu which elevated her to the next level. Ileana became the most wanted heroine of Tollywood as she demanded 1 crore per movie, and producers were willing to pay as well.
But all of a sudden, she moved to Bollywood and started ignoring Tollywood. Recently during an interview, she even said that Tollywood Directors invited her and how they exploited her in the name of glamour. Now, during of her interviews, she said she wanted to make a comeback to Tollywood and act in a Telugu film once again. But she said she will sign movies only opposite lead heroes.
Dulquer turns a Hot Cake in Bollywood Hot and happening Malayalam sensation Dulquer Salmaan, son of Megastar Mammootty, has been growing slowly and steadily with back to back hits like Bangalore Days, Kali, Kammatipadam, Comrade In America and the recent critically acclaimed SoLo. Besides, the actor has silently made an entry to other south industries as well.
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