*Parul Yadav starts shooting to play Kangana’s role in the Kannada version of ‘Queen’*
Parul Yadav has always been the most looked upon actress in the Kannada film Industry. The talented actress has garnered allot of appreciation not only for her mesmerising beauty, but also for the path breaking performances she has given lately. Given to that, Parul has bagged the biggest film of the South Indian film industry, ‘Butterfly’ which is the kannada remake of the Kangana Ranaut starrer blockbuster Bollywood film ‘Queen’; and what better start to it than starting it on such a special day as her birthday!
As the vivacious actress turns a year older on the 5th of June 2017, she raises her career graph up a notch yet again as she starts shooting for the first schedule of the ‘Butterfly’ Kannada version of ‘Queen’ in Bangalore, that is going to be helmed by the talented actor-director Ramesh Arvind. The talented actress plays the character of the protagonist, Rani, that was originally portrayed by Kangana Ranaut in the Hindi film. The film is being made in the four main languages of South India and hence the makers have made a point to rope in the best actress from every Language industry, which keeps Parul at an acclaimed spot. Its usually a trend to launch a trailer or release a film on the actor’s birthday, it has been limited to male actor’s only. However, this time Parul makes a memorable mark by starting the film on her birthday.
The actress has won numerous awards for her previous performances right from Filmfare, IIFA to SIIMA, Suvarna and Banglore Times award. Talking about starting a new chapter in her career , Parul shares “It’s the most overwhelming feeling that I get to start this very important film of my career; ‘Queen’; on my birthday. It has been a wonderful journey so far, but I am really looking forward to this new chapter that will unfold in my life. The love from my friends, family and audiences has kept me going strong, and I determine to receive more of it through my sincere hard work and dedication towards my work.