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Crystal Paladka won 2nd place in Indian national level Abacus Competition

Published On : 29 Jan 2019   |  Reported By : Shodhan Prasad


Crystal Paladka, daughter of Deepak Paladka a well-known seasoned actor of Tulu/Konkani/Kannada Films who have recently moved to Mangalore from Dubai have in a small span of time won 2nd place in Abacus National Level completion held recently at Bangalore. She is also a state level competitor and has won accolades.

Mother Roshni Paladka, a housewife cum beautician, has trained and groomed Crystal all through and is also settled back in Paladka, Moodubidri recently with her 2 children.

Crystal a 5th grade student of Carmel Convent School, Moodubidri has also acted in first International Tulu Movie ‘Nirel’ as a child artist and gained fame. She also had done few modeling assignments for branded boutique in Dubai.

An intelligent student who is born and brought up in Dubai has quickly adapted to Indian culture back home and has grasped natives Kannada language in a small span of time. She thus proved that ‘where there is a will there is a way’.

 







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