Nikki Galrani, younger sister of actress Sanjjanaa, is a busy bee these days with as many as seven films in all the four South Indian languages lined up for release. And she admits being clueless about the deluge of offers coming her way, ever since she made her debut earlier this year. "I think it's God's grace and I got lucky with my first Malayalam film, 1983,which turned out to be a hit. In the past one and a half years, I have signed 12 films and I don't even know how I pulled it off!" she says.
Her upcoming bilingual film, Malupu, in which she's paired up with Aadhi, is said to be a suspense thriller based on a real incident.Talking more about the film, Nikki recalls, "I was able to relate to my role in the film because I am exactly like that in real life too. I am unpredictable, talkative and easy going in a good way. In the middle of the shooting, I realized that I had no idea what the climax of the film was and my director refused to reveal the suspense. Finally, he budged when I pestered him a lot because I couldn't take the suspense anymore."
Born and brought up in Bangalore, Nikki says that she was the most pampered child in her family and her debut in films has made her more confident and independent. "I am enjoying every bit of my stint in showbiz. My sister (Sanjjanaa) is my biggest support system and she continues to be my guide," Nikki confesses.