TRENDING: Manju Warrier All Set For Bollywood Debut with This Handsome Hero!

ManjuWarrier made her acting debut at the young age of 17. Over the years she established herself as the superstar of the Malayalam film industry and became the forefront of South cinema.

Just as Manju Warrier and Mammootty-starrer movie The Priest is doing well in the theatres the actress is geared up for yet an another interesting project.

According to media reportsManju Warrier is all set to make Bollywood debut with Madhanavan. The movie titled ‘Ameriki Pandit’ is reportedly directed by debutant Kalpesh.

While the rest of the details of the film are not known, industry is still speculating whether the project is the remake of another film, in which Manju has already acted in Malayalam.

The Movie priest which released recently sees mammooty and Manju come together for the first time. Mammootty plays the role of Father Benedict, a former priest who has a special interest in crime investigations. Manju Warrier is said to play a strong character in the movie. Two teasers of the film were released earlier.

In her Kollywood career Venture 2019 was an incredible year for Manju Warrier. She continued her success in Mollywood with the release of Mohanlal blockbuster Lucifer, which grossed around 200 crores worldwide, making it the highest-grossing Malayalam film ever.

She also managed to strike gold with her first venture into Kollywood with the Vetrimaaran-Dhanush collaboration Asuran.

Though it was a star-studded movie with a brilliant cast, one can never miss or fail to feel the impact left by Manju Warrier’s embodiment of Pachaiyamal. The strength, depth, and rawness she brought out gave life to the character as a brave fierce, woman who willing to do anything for the safety of her family.

The actress is soon to join the cast and begin the shooting of her first Bollywood movie!


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