Keerthy Suresh Confirms Her Bollywood Debut; Guess Her First Bollywood Co-Star!

A stepping-stone in Keerthy’s career!

 Back in May this year, when Mahanati hit the screens and a gorgeous Keerthy Suresh sashayed on the screen emulating the late Savitri Devi with such elan and grace, it wouldn’t have been an exaggeration if someone were to say that she’s got what it takes to carry a film all by herself. While she had some equally strong actors part of the cast, it was her performance that won hearts, it was her sincerity that had critics eating a humble pie about her, and it was her drive to carry the weight of an already popular (and controversial) late star and make it her own. It was the role of a lifetime and Keerthy knew that she’s not one to let go of such an opportunity.

Post that, Keerthy has had more films releasing. Those films not being on the same league as ‘Mahanati’ is a different question, but those roles were so minuscule, so superficial, and so unnecessary, that it does a huge disservice to not just Keerthy Suresh as an actress but her as a person. Have filmmakers not seen what she’s capable of?

But five releases in a year is quite an achievement for a mainstream actress. She was the main lead in the movie Nadigar Thilagam. She was also part of the two sequels, Sivakarthikeyan-starrer Seema Raja and Sarkar.

She has overall had a brilliant 2018 overall. However, Keerthy’s 2019 seems to be a little more exciting as the actress has confirmed that she would be entering Bollywood. Her first movie would be directed by the ‘Badhai Ho’ director Amit Sharma. The actor who has been narrowed down to star opposite Keerthy is none other than superstar Ajay Devgn.

Boney Kapoor, who is producing the film with Akash Chawla and Arunava Joy Sengupta, reveals that romance plays a pivotal role in the movie. Syed Abdul Rahim biopic is an untold story and Keerthy Suresh will become an imperative part of the film.

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