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Prachi Desai,who is basking in the glory of Rock On's success,is now busy with ‘Life Partner’. Acting being her top priority,she says,“Life Partner is reel,not real! It’s the name of an Abbas-Mastan movie scheduled for release in May,” says Prachi...

Written by Mohd Arshi Rafique |
March 7, 2009 2:10:20 am

Prachi Desai’s film career is Rocking On…Kasamh Se!

Prachi Desai,who is basking in the glory of Rock On’s success,is now busy with ‘Life Partner’.

Acting being her top priority,she says,“Life Partner is reel,not real! It’s the name of an Abbas-Mastan movie scheduled for release in May,” says Prachi,in Lucknow as brand ambassador Shanti Badam Amla Oil.

“The film stars Fardeen Khan,Govinda,Tusshar Kapoor and Genelia D’Souza and is directed by Rumi Jaffrey,” says the 18-year-old girl from a ‘non-film’ background.

“I followed my dream and success followed me,” she says as she felicitates select young women achievers on the eve of Women’s Day in Lucknow on Friday. “This award is for women who follow their dreams,” says the girl from smalltown Surat.

A known TV face,Kasamh Se-fame Prachi has captured many a hearts as the innocent but strong-willed Bani Walia. “People still prefer to call meBani,” says the charming girl who played Farhan Akhtar’s wife in Rock On.

“Though offers from films are pouring in,I am being extra cautious in selecting projects,” says the actress,who also did a cameo in Kasauti Zindagi Ki before participating in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa,a reality show.

“I would love to play challenging characters suting my age on the big screen,” she says about her decision to keep away from the small screen.

“I owe my success to television,but as of now I would like to do films,” she says,adding that two other big banner films are on the cards.

Looks like the Rock On girl’s career is on a roll.

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