Elli AvrRam is all set to play second lead in her next with Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon

The actress has cemented her place in Bollywood with her recent performances in Malang and with Aamir Khan in the song 'Har Funn Maula'

Elli AvrRam is all set to play second lead in her next with Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon
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Earlier it was reported that two actresses will feature in Tiger Shroff's actioner Ganpath. And now it's confirmed that the makers have locked their second female lead with Tiger and Kriti Sanon. Elli was recently seen headlining a 23 minutes Swedish short film, titled as, 'With You' on Youtube. The short film talks about the relevant topic of mental health awareness and childhood trauma. The actress garnered lots of praises from her industry friends for addressing such a sentimental yet important topic.

Elli has been someone who is always up for challenging roles right from experimenting with her looks, be it dreadlocks hairstyle in Malang to her sensational dance in Har Funn Maula. The actress finished shooting the half schedule of her film Goodbye co-starring Amitabh Bachchan, Neena Gupta and Rashmika Mandanna and has moved onto her next project opposite Tiger Shroff as the second female lead in Ganapath.

It's no surprise that Elli is into Martial Arts, which makes it a double treat to see her opposite Tiger Shroff who is known for his action sequences. "This year has been really great for me. After the success of my song Har Funn Maula and now Goodbye, I'm very excited to begin my journey for Ganapath. I'm currently in London shooting for it. It's a really a cool script and I'm very excited to be a part of the film", Elli AvrRam said as she was spotted a few days ago at the airport heading to London to begin the first schedule of Ganapath.


With her graceful performance in every role, we can't wait to see her in Ganapath opposite Tiger and Kriti and for her to keep us glued to our seats!

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