Manju Warrier to shoot for comeback film in Kochi
Kochi: There is excitement among the team members of Malayalam film 'How Old Are You?' as versatile actress Manju Warrier returns to face the arc lights for the first time in 14 years.
The film is being directed by Roshan Andrews, who, accompanied by his associates, was doing a location check where the Kochi Half Marathon will be held Sunday.
"We are excited and we are here to look at the place where the filming is going to be held tomorrow," Andrews told reporters.
In the film, Manju plays the title role of Nirupama, and her character is shown to take part in Kochi Half Marathon. That is why she will be here to give a shot amidst the real action.
Manju, 35, began her eventful career in 1995. In a short span of four years, she acted in 20 films. She married now popular actor Dileep.
When she took a sabbatical from filmdom after her marriage, she surprised many as she had created a huge impression and was rated as one the best actress ever to grace the Malayalam film screens.
Some of her best known films include 'Sallapam', 'Ee Puzhayum Kadannu', 'Thooval Kottaram', 'Kaliyattam', 'Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakalathu', 'Daya', 'Summer in Bethlehem' and 'Pathram'.
She is a recipient of a special jury National Film Award for her performance in 'Kannezhuthi Pottum Thottu'. She received it in 1999.
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