Dimple in Malayalam

Hindi actress Dimple Kapadia will step into Malayalam cinema with debutant director Umar Kaarikkadu’s Bombay Mithai.

Published: 06th April 2010 12:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 01:55 PM   |  A+A-


ActressDimple Kapadia (Sampurn Pix)

SHE has been a Bollywood sensation during her prime time and her releases used to rock the box office. Dimple Kapadia, who has aged gracefully, will step into Malayalam cinema with debutant director Umar Kaarikkadu’s Bombay Mithai. The film tells the story of two jobless youngsters by the name of Suresh and Sulaiman.

In their attempts to turn rich the easy way, they get caught in several issues. They soon become involved in a murder that throws their life into a spin.

Dimple’s latest film is Tum Milo Toh Sahi in which she plays a Parsi woman who falls in love at the fag end of her life. The actress who has remained active in silver screen with a number of notable roles all these years says she won’t mind doing more films if she gets good scripts. “There aren’t enough good scripts. Besides, I am lazy! There you finally got the honest truth out of me! I did Tum Milo Toh Sahi with Nana Patekar because I loved the script. I honestly need good scripts and directors. I just hope it happens soon,” the actress says.

Vinu Mohan, Venkat, Harisree Ashokan, Vijayaraghavan, Amar Singh, Jagathy Sreekumar, Suraj Venjrammoodu, Salim Kumar, Mamukkoya and Bheeman Raghu are the other members of the cast in Bombay Mithai. An IMM Films Production, the film also features a bunch of fresh technicians.


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