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Andar Bahar: Parvathi Menon with a new look
Parvathi Menon appeared in spectacles at the media briefing of her new film 'Andar Bahar' with Shivarajakumar.
The sprightly actress correctly picking roles - Parvathi Menon appeared in spectacles at the media briefing of her new film 'Andar Bahar' with century star Shivarajakumar. So far in the film career she is known to Kannada audience from super hit 'Milana' Kannada cinema which starred No.1 star of Kannada cinema Puneeth Rajakumar. It was one year screened cinema 'Milana' directed by Prakash. Parvathi Menon acted in 'Prithvi' with Puneeth Rajakumar but her film with Srinagara Kitty in 'Maleyali Jotheyali' did not fare well.
Interestingly Parvathi Menon is in a script that is very compelling to act. The work of debutant director Phaneesh is so accurate and absorbing. The best thing for me in this 'Andar Bahar' is that the contents force me to come to the shooting spot. With an actor like Shivarajakumar who is a gem and down to earth simple, it is a challenge to portray a role stated Parvathi Menon. The energy level of Shivarajakumar is so high that we don't even require the generators remarked Parvathi Menon.
In this 'Andar Bahar' there is very good planning. We are making effort to give best. Shivarajakumar was equally happy to perform with a great performer Parvathi Menon. In this film Parvathi Menon is supposed to give more of expressions. Both Shivarajakumar and Parvathi Menon appreciated the sets for the romantic cum sorrow missed song shot at Abbainaidu studio.
The spectacles for this literature student Parvathi Menon is for the real life. In the cinema she will not be with the specks. Her colleague from Mollywood Bhavana also turned up to muhurut of 'Charulatha' with spectacles.
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