Bhama, the actress who has been active in Malayalam and Kannada language movies, has backed out from the upcoming movie Kranthi, which stars Sunny Wayne in the lead role. Reportedly, Meera Nandan has replaced Bhama as the female lead in the movie.
If the rumors are to be believed, Bhama backed out from the project because she is not so keen to play the heroine of Sunny Wayne. Some other sources says that Bhama rejected the movie because of the date issues and unimpressive script.
Sunny Wayne, who is popular for his supporting roles, is essaying a solo lead role for the first time in his career. Rumors suggest that Bhama, who is already an established actress, is only interested in sharing screen with the big shots of industry. None of these reports are officially confirmed yet.
The actress has recently acted in the critically acclaimed Ottamandaram, in which she played a teenager, who gives birth to a baby at the age of 14. Bhama's performance as Kala earned rave reviews from the critics and audience.
Bhama has reportedly decided to be choosy about the movies she pick. The actress is currently filming for the upcoming Kannada movie Arjuna. Her latest release Mathai Kuzhappakkaranalla was a critical and commercial failure.
Kranthi, directed by Lenin will also star Tamil actress Kavya and Sreelakshmi Sreekumar in other pivotal roles. Reportedly, the character played by Meera Nandan will have an element of suspense and is said to be the most important character of the movie. Kranthi will go on floors by the last week of December in Thrissur.