Mallu kutties in Tollywood

How Namitha, Niveda, Anupama and other Malayali girls have made an impact in mainstream Telugu cinema.

Published: 28th June 2016 07:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th June 2016 07:13 AM   |  A+A-

Chuttalabbayi’s official teaser has Namitha Pramod shaking a leg with Aadi, as she joins the bandwagon of stars entering Telugu industry. The pretty actress has two films in her kitty, Kathalo Rajakumari being the other. In the last few months a slew of Mollywood actresses have made a beeline for Telugu, some already making a splash there.

Mallu.jpgAfter her blockbuster outing in Premam, Anupama Parameswaran went straight to Telugu. In the recently released A..Aa she stars along Nithin and Samantha and her character Nagavally has been well appreciated.

“I feel at home in Telugu and as of now I have made some progress with the language as well,” says the actress. And her next release will be the Telugu remake of Premam where she reprises her own role in the original. Post A..Aa a lot of offers from the industry are coming her way, “Discussions are on for a couple of projects, but I want to do good and memorable roles only,” says the actress.

Mallua.jpgNiveda Thomas is part of recently-released Gentleman, a romantic thriller starring Nani in the lead. With the film and her performance getting positive reviews, it has been reported that she will soon sign her next. Another actress all set for her Telugu debut is Miya though she confesses, “I am equally excited and tensed. I will have to learn Telugu from the scratch.”

And Oru Vadakkan Selfie girl Manjima Mohan will be making a dream entry to the industry through Sahasam Swasaga

Sagipo. The romantic thriller directed by Gautham Menon has Naga Chaitanya in the lead and its music by A R Rahman. It’s expected that the bilingual project, which has been titled Achcham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada in Tamil, will launch her with a bang in Telugu.

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