Tanya Hope bags Telugu project

She has been paired opposite Sundeep Kishan in the remake of Tamil hit Indru Netru Nallai

Published: 14th May 2019 09:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th May 2019 09:06 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

Tanya Hope is currently trying to make a foothold in Kannada, Tamil and Telugu industries. Having  made her mark in three south Indian languages, she has now bagged a project in Tollywood, where she first started her tinsel town career. The heroine of Apatlo Okadundevadu has signed her next Telugu project, which is yet-to-be titled. It is a remake of Tamil hit Indru Netru Nallai, and has her paired opposite Sundeep Kishan.

The science fiction movie, produced by CV Kumar under Thirukumaran entertainment productions, will mark the directorial debut of Mohan. The project will go on floors from June 1, when Tanya joins the team.  While her first Tamil film, Thadam, got her into the limelight in the Tamil industry, Tanya’s Kannada debut in Yajamana got her popular as the Bassani girl. She is now gearing for the release of Amar, which is the launch vehicle for Abhishek Ambareesh. In addition, she will start for Naveen Reddy’s directorial Khaki, in which she stars opposite Chiranjeevi Sarja, in June. 

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