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Ashika Ranganath
Born: May 8, 1996 in Tumkur, Karnataka, India
Best known for her work in Kannada cinema, Ashika Ranganath made her feature film debut in the 2016 romantic action drama Crazy Boy, for which she was nominated for a SIIMA Award for Best Debutante (Kannada) that year. A graduate in commerce and a trained dancer, Ashika has since gone on to establish herself as one of the promising young leading ladies of Sandalwood. In 2018, Ashika`s debut movie Crazy Boy was dubbed into Gujarati under the title Pahelo Divas. Notable movie credits include the action-thriller Mass Leader (2017), the romantic comedy Mugulu Nage (2017), Raju Kannada Medium (2018), Raambo 2 (2018) and Thayige Thakka Maga (2018).
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Kaaneyaadavara Bagge Prakatane
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Raambo 2
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  • Actress Nabha Natesh was in talks to join the cast of Mugulu Nage in a pivotal role, but eventually dropped out. She was replaced by Ashika Ranganath. Similarly, actress Amulya was replaced by Apoorva Arora.
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