I have shared several types of articles on this platform. Today, I would like to introduce a female actor from South India called Siddhi Mahajankatti. This girl has a couple of movies under her belt and is looking forward to some more releases in the near future. So, here’s today’s post Siddhi Mahajankatti’s Bollywood Playlist.
How did you get Anandam (2016)?
I used to take active part in my school’s theatre club since 2nd grade. Later on, I got the opportunity to perform at Surya International Theatre Festival as the lead role. Ganesh Cheta (Director Ganesh Raj), who was my super senior from school, got in touch with my dramatics teacher to know if I would be interested in auditioning for Aanandam (2016) after he saw a few social media posts of my performance in the above mentioned festival. That’s how I became Dia for Anandam (2016).
Have you worked in movies other than Happy Sardar (2019)?
Yes. I’ve worked in a Tamil movie directed by Nadirshah, which is yet to be released. The movie is a remake of a Malayalam movie – Kattapaneyil Hrithik Roshan.
What new projects are you excited about?
There are a couple of them which I’m really excited about but unfortunately, I can’t disclose any information about them yet. You will definitely hear everything about them soon.
Have you been approached by Bollywood filmmakers?
I haven’t been approached by anyone yet. I’m open to any good role, which I know I can do complete justice to.
Any personal goals/bucket list for 2021?
Get my surfing and diving license. And to lead a sustainable lifestyle by reducing the carbon footprint from my end.
Siddhi Mahajankatti’s Bollywood Playlist
Asked – what her is playlist usually like, she replied, “I’ve Spanish, Bollywood, Malayalam and Tamil playlists. Alvaro Soler is my favorite artist in Spanish and I think he’s very underrated.
It’s really hard to pick to be honest. I love Hairat by Lucky Ali, all the sound tracks from Yeh Jawani hai Deewani (2013) and Uri’s (2019) playlist has my heart. I can’t really pick any favorites as it entirely depends on my mood. So I’m open to all genres. But, if you insist the following are my favorites.”
Aaj janeki zid na karo… Monsoon Wedding (2001)
Hairat… Anjaana Anjaani (2010)
Sadda haq… Rockstar (2011)
Iktara… Wake Up Sid (2011)
Ilahi… Yeh Jawani hai Deewani (2013)
Afghan jalebi… Phantom (2015)
Ladki kar gayi chul… Kapoor and Sons (2016)
Khoj by when chai met toast… Believe (2018)
Chotasa fasana… Kaarwaan (2018)
Behe chala… Uri: The Surgical Strike (2019)