Ria Nalvade opposite Nikhil in Harsha’s next?

Project to go on floors will be a commercial entertainer; Sharath Kumar has already been roped in; director in all likely to cast newbie opposite the Jaguar hero

Published: 14th November 2017 10:33 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th November 2017 09:37 AM   |  A+A-

Sharath Kumar

By Express News Service
Ria Nalvade

City Express had reported on Nikhil Kumar’s next with Harsha, which has now been confirmed, and is going to be a commercial entertainer and family drama. An official announcement about it will soon be made by the producers. Meanwhile, the makers are finalising the details and have roped in senior actor Sharath Kumar, who will play Nikhil’s father in this yet-to-be titled film.

On the heroine front, in all likelihood, Ria Nalvade will be brought in. The model-turned-actress was initially chosen for Nikhil’s other project, which she could not take off, for reasons unknown. So when they were on the lookout for a heroine, Ria Nalvade was an obvious choice. However, Harsha wants to do a look test with the debutante before she officially comes on board. If all falls in place, the actress will be making her tinsel town debut with Nikhil for Harsha’s project. We’ll just have to wait and see what’s going to happen next.

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