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Amy Jackson: Tamil & Telugu sound like 'gibberish'

Amy Jackson, a 20-year old from London was discovered through a beauty competition and is now a rising star in the Indian film industry. Her first film was a starring role in Madrasapattinam, opposite actor Arya. In an interview with BBC, the Kollywood star talks about her life in India and how she is managing the culture shock.

Amy Jackson, a 20-year old from London was discovered through a beauty competition and is now a rising star in the Indian film industry. Her first film was a starring role in Madrasapattinam, opposite actor Arya. In an interview with BBC, the Kollywood star talks about her life in India and how she is managing the culture shock. On being asked about learning to speak Tamil and Telugu, the star explains it's difficult as the languages sound like 'gibberish'. Find the complete interview below.

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