Non-Malayali actresses who will be marking their debut in M-Town soon

Jun 13 2021 10:52 AM
Non-Malayali actresses who will be marking their debut in M-Town soon

With the boom of OTT platforms, Malayalam cinema is breaking boundaries and it is starting to get more visibility and recognition.  Many actors from across the country have expressed their wish to be part of Malayalam movies. 

01 Diana Penty

The model-actress  Diana Penty will be debuting in M-Town with an upcoming film titled ‘Salute’. The film is a cop drama directed by Rosshan Andrrews. And, Diana Penty will be sharing the screen with the charming pan-Indian star Dulquer Salmaan.

02 Kayadu Lohar

Kayadu Lohar, who is popular in Kannada movies will be soon venturing into Malayalam movies. The actress has signed for ‘Pathonpatham Noottandu’, a film helmed by prominent filmmaker Vinayan. Kayadu Lohar is playing this powerful woman on the screen and the diva is super excited for her M-Town debut.

03 ​Shanvi Srivastava

Shanvi Srivastava who has mostly worked in Kannada and Telugu films will be now debuting in Mollywood. The gorgeous actress will foray into M-Town with ‘Mahaveeryar’. She will be essaying the leading lady opposite Nivin Pauly and Asif Ali and the team has completed the shoot a couple of months ago. 

04 ​Raashi Khanna

Raashi Khanna had already marked her debut in Malayalam with the 2017 film ‘Villain’, but the diva would be handling a substantial role in the upcoming film ‘Bhramam’. The film is directed by Ravi K Chandran and is a Malayalam remake of the Bollywood film ‘Andhadhun’.

05 ​Sunny Leone

The Bollywood beauty Sunny had already appeared for a dance number in the film ‘Madhura Raja’ starring Mammootty, but her fans are longing to see her in a full-length film in Malayalam.  Sunny Leone has not one, but two upcoming releases in Malayalam, She has signed ‘Rangeela’ and ‘Shero’. 


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