The most respected and most popular comedy star of Tamil cinema currently happens to be the comical Yogi Babu who has amazed a wide segment of the viewers with his super hit gags and his hilarious body language.
Yogi Babu, after his success with flicks with well known celebs has pocketed new film projects.
Yogi Babu who was last witnessed in fun-filled characters in Junga, Kolamaavu Kokila and also a few notable acts in films such as Aandavan Kattalai, is already featuring as an actor in Darlin.
Darlin is Enakku Inoru Per Iruku fame director Sam Anton's upcoming flick named as Gurkha.
At the moment, Kajal Aggarwal has been signed up to do a small part in Gurkha. The well known actress has decided to do this character part free of charge.
At the present, he has been signed up to don the lead character as a genie in the forthcoming untitled film of Director Raghava of Kadamban and Manjapai fame.
The flick will be a 3D movie. In addition to these flicks, he also has flicks such as 'Darbar' and 'Thalapathy 63.'
As per media reports, "The recent buzz around her is that she is a huge fan of the cricketer Rohit Sharma and also has a crush on him. Recently, during an interview, she has also revealed that she not only likes the Indian cricketer but is also a big fan of his. She also said that she likes his cricket skills and never misses a match."
While it comes as no surprise, Kajal is doing her next Telugu movie with Sreenivas Mellamkondi named Sita. In the movie, she will don the character of a tough, winning entrepreneur who got smitten towards Sreenivas.
The actress will also be seen with Kamal Haasan with Indian 2.
While talking to media about it, she said, "I'm thrilled to be a part of the project. I'm quite excited about my role and the skills I will get to learn on the job. I see signing Indian 2 as a step up in m career. My golden times started when I signed Magadheera. I have seen many ups and downs in my profession but it was only after I did Magadheera did my career catapult to the next league. It earned me a lot of recognition which I enjoy even today."