Tamil-Malayalam-Kannada actress Parvathy, who stirred a hornet’s nest by stating that she got many ‘sex-for-films’ offer in the past, has gone ahead and opened a Pandora’s Box by stating that she would soon reveal the names of those filmmakers.
29-year old actress Parvathy of Poo, Maryan and Bangalore Naatkal fame has won the coveted ‘best actress’ award at the Goa Intenatioal Film Festival which concluded yesterday.
Trade analysts point out that Parvathy Menon a.k.al Parvathy, who played national award-winning actor Dhanush’s heroine in the 2013 non-starter Maryan, has now become the highest-paid actress in Mollywood.
Parvathy Nair, the actress who sizzled briefly in Ajith’s Yennai Arindhaal and Kamal Haasan’s Uttama Villain, is back in Kollywood with not just one but two films i.e. Enkitta Mothathe and Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga.
Parvathy, who was last seen in the Tamil remake of Bangalore Days, is busy shooting for her next project in Malayalam with director Mahesh Narayan.
Parvathy, one of the most dedicated and talented actresses of this generation, has discovered her hidden passion for sculpting on the shooting sets of one of her upcoming projects.
The makers of Bangalore Naatkal have revealed roles by their lead actors ahead of the release on February 5th to create some buzz about the film on social media platforms.
Parvathy Menon, one of the few actresses who chooses her projects wisely, is in talks to pair opposite Vijay Sethupathi in Dharma Durai which will be directed by Seenu Ramasamy.
Parvathy, the ‘Poo’, ‘Maryan’ and ‘Uttama Villain’ girl, is currently doing two projects in Tamil- an anthology of films by director Vasanth and the remake of ‘Bangalore Days’ (in which she is reprising her role in the original).
Parvathy, the ‘Maryan’ and ‘Poo’ girl, was diagnosed with chicken pox recently. But she is putting on a brave face, and is even spreading awareness on the ailment.