Kannada handsome chocolate boy Diganth about girlfriends

    It’s been quite some time since kannada actor Diganth had a BO outing. His last was a guest appearance in Swayamwara. Now, the young actor’s long-pending kannada film, Bisile, is finally ready for release.

“It got delayed because of some technical issues. But I’m confident that it’ll do well as it’s an interesting subject,” says Digi, who’s currently busy learning dance steps for a song (download free songs here) in Yograj Bhat’s Pancharangi. Below is the photo of kannada actor Digant. One can use as wallpaper.

Quiz him about his Pancharangi co-star, Nidhi Subbaiah, and Digi’s all praise for her. “The best part is that she’s very fluent in Kannada, which makes her very impressive on-screen,” he says. As for him, Diganth’s all set to widen his language horizons. He’s making his Tollywood debut with Paani Puri, which will also be made in Kannada. “I always wanted to experiment in other languages. Language shouldn’t be a barrier for an artiste and this is the right time for me to explore opportunities regarding films in other regional languages,” he says. But working on Kannada films will always give him more satisfaction. “I think in my language and that helps me emote well,” he maintains.

    The bilingual will not only see him mouth dialogues in Telugu, but sport a different look as well. “I’m retaining the stubbled look for Pancharangi and Putra, but I’m getting bored of it. I don’t look my age with it, and therefore can’t connect to my audiences with this look. So, I want to get a stylish look in Paani Puri. It’s a romantic comedy to be directed by Karan, who’s back after Kanasugara, which he made five years ago. A well-known actress will be paired opposite me,” says Digi.

    With each of his kannada films, he continues to wow a lot of girls and many actresses want to work with him. So, how long is he planning to retain his single status? “A girlfriend is a mental block. I can romance heroines better on-screen if I’m single. But I’m glad to know that actresses want to work with me,” he says.

    However, Diganth, in his bare body in this post, isn’t aiming to be Sandalwood’s Hero No. 1. “The numbers game is just temporary. But yes, I have been getting better projects this year,” he admits. And even though directors are keen to cast him in their films, the actor is in no hurry to go on a signing spree. “I’m waiting for Pancharangi to release, which will fetch me better projects,” he says, adding, “Bhatru (Yograj) is technically very well-equipped and has a good grasp of Kannada. If he’s not satisfied with a dialogue, he’ll come up with something else on the spot. His enthusiasm is contagious and makes us do things better.”