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Ajay Devgn may have garnered a lot of eyeballs in Singham, what with his action scenes, but so has the film's leading lady Kajal Aggarwal.

After the success of the film, Aggarwal has been approached by filmmakers in Bollywood but the actress has turned every one of them down. According to sources, she has turned down offers by top directors and producers like Madhu Mantena, Vashu Bhagnani, Samir Karnik and Harry Baweja.

In fact, Mantena, who had produced the blockbuster Ghajini, wanted to remake the 2009 Telugu hit Magadheera with Kajal. She also starred in the original Telugu version. Mantena wanted to cast Aggarwal opposite Hrithik Roshan. He is now looking for another actress.

Kajal, who made her Bollywood debut with Samir Karnik's Kyun...Ho Gaya Na in 2004, went on to star in a string of Southern hits; she has, however, turned down the potentially huge offers because she is concentrating on her back-to-back southern films, in Tamil and Telugu.

Not divulging any details about the offers she has turned down, Aggarwal said, "I am currently shooting with Suriya in Chennai for the Tamil film, Maatraan. Then I will start work for Puri Jagannath's The Businessman in Telugu with Mahesh Babu. I've received loads of offers in Hindi. But I haven't zeroed in on any."

She, however, is unfazed by the success of Singham. "People ask me how I feel about the success of Singham. I've experienced the same feeling after Magadheera, Darling and Mr. Perfect in Telugu," she said as a matter-of-fact.

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