Nisha Kothari returns to Kollywood

Having done a couple of films in Telugu and Hindi, actor Nisha Kothari returns to Kollywood with an upcoming film titled Padam Pesum.

Published: 31st December 2012 03:04 PM  |   Last Updated: 31st December 2012 03:44 PM   |  A+A-

NISHA-KOTHARI

Nisha Kothari was introduced as Amoga in Jay Jay (2003) in Tamil, in which she played actor Madhavan’s love interest. Having done a couple of films in Telugu and Hindi, the actor returns to Kollywood with an upcoming film titled Padam Pesum.

She is said to be playing an important role along with actors Vivek, Shayaji Shinde and Chithara in the film, which has actors Shakthi, Poorna and Telugu actor Shankar in the lead roles.

Padam Pesum is directed by Raghava, who is popular in Tollywood and is said to be a huge budget film. Mani Sharma scores music and the shooting of the film is currently on near Pollachi. It may be noted that this is the first film that actor Shakthi signs post marriage. It is also a comeback film for actor Poorna.

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