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Krithi Kharbanda To Be Seen In New Movies

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    Actress Krithi Kharbanda is a busy woman these days. She will be seen in quite a few movies in 2014 and 2015. Her latest movie is Tirupathi Express. The movie is directed by Shailendra Babu and she has been cast opposite to director's son Sumanth Shailendra. With the ongoing crisis in the Regional Censor board in Karnataka, the film was taken to Mumbai to get a censor certificate.

    Tirupathi Express will be released in August with U/A certificate. This is the first time that Sumanth and Krithi have been paired. The director Shailendra Babu is known for his big budget family oriented movie, however this time he has made a romantic comedy movie.

    Krithi Kharbanda To Be Seen In New Movies

    Apart from Tirupathi Express, Krithi is also tipped to play in the sequel of Sanju weds Geetha. Talking to a leading daily, the director of the movie Nagashekar said that Krithi has been approached to play the role of Ramya's daughter. In the first movie, Ramya's character gives birth to a girl and dies. Krithi will be playing the role of that girl. Her character in the movie is blind.

    Krithi has confirmed that she will act in the Sanju weds Geetha sequel. Apart from that, she will also be seen in Minchagi Neenu Baralu, where she has been paired with Diganth Manchale.

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