Malayalee beauty Navya Nair, who was seen in the movies like Gaja, Boss and Namm Yejamaanru is all set to make her comeback to Kannada movies. The makers of Sandalwood's forthcoming movie, which is the remake of Malayalam hit Drishyam have roped in Navya to play the female lead.
Kannada remake of Malayalam hit Drishyam features Crazy
Star Ravichandran in the lead role. The movie
is first combination of director P Vasu and Ravi. Drishyam tracks the
story of a father's efforts to cover up a murder committed by his
family. The film has emerged as the biggest hit in Malayalam
filmdom. Mohanlal and Meena played the lead roles in
the original. Apart from Kannada, the movie is also getting remade
in Tamil and Telugu with Kamal Hassan and Victory Venkatesh in lead
Sources from Gandhinagara was expecting Meena to play female
lead in Kannada version of Drishyam too, but last minute
changes made director P Vasu to zero in on Navya Nair for the
female lead. Navya has already caught the attention of Kannada
audience with girl next door characters in Darshan starrers Gaja,
Boss and Sahasa Simha Dr Vishnuvardhan starrer Namm
Yejamaanru. After Malayalam movie Scene Onnu Nammude
Veedu in 2012, Kannada remake of Drishyam movie is
the comeback for the actress. Continue reading the story on
Navya Nair In Bangalore
After marrying Santosh Menon, who was a software engineer by
profession, Navya Nair is reportedly settled in Bangalore.
The Chance Was Likely To Go To Meena
Rumour mills were doing rounds that Meena will playing the
female lead in Kannada version too.
Likely To Start In March
According to the sources, the Kannada remake of Malayalam movie
Drishyam is all set to go on floors in March.
Ravichandran To Play Mohanlal
In Kannada remake, Crazy Star Ravichandran will reprise the role
that Mohanlal played in the original.
Meena To Romance Venkatesh In Telugu Version
However, the makers of Telugu version have roped in Meena for
the female lead in the movie.
Malayalam Movie Drishyam
After the commercial success of Drishyam, the remake
rights of the movie was in huge demand across South India.