Starring Sumalatha in the pivotal role of Parvathamma, the film will have Hariprriya donning two different get-ups.

Hariprriyas look in Do Parvathamma is interestingDigital Native
Flix Sandalwood Sunday, November 04, 2018 - 17:57

Hariprriya will be appearing in two different get-ups in the upcoming Kannada movie D/o Parvathamma. The actor’s look in the movie was released on the occasion of her birthday on October 30 and has fetched positive reviews. And from the posters, it seems that one of the two get-ups is that of a tomboy.

Putting up the posters on Twitter and thanking the film’s team for announcing them on her birthday, the actor wrote: “D/O Parvathamma second look posters. Thanks to whole team for releasing these on my birthday.”

According to sources, Hariprriya plays an investigation officer in D/o Parvathamma and her appearance as a tomboy will be in the flashback portions. From the title, it is evident that the movie is a heroine-oriented subject and the role would bring out her acting skills. Besides Hariprriya, the film will have Sumalatha in a pivotal role. While Sumalatha plays Parvathamma in the film, Hariprriya’s character is called Vaidehi. The film also has Prabhu of Urvi fame in the star cast with Vishwa taking care of the comedy department.

Directed by debutant J Shankar, who has penned the script as well, the film is said to be based on a real-life incident that happened in 2017, we hear. The technical crew of D/o Parvathamma includes Midhun Mukundan for music and Arul K Somasundaram for cinematography. D/o Parvathamma has four producers coming together to invest in the film.

The shooting for this film has been wrapped up and its post-production is also nearing completion. With Hariprriya’s look in the movie garnering a lot of attention, the expectation levels for the film have gone up. Incidentally, it happens to be the actor’s 25th film and she is upbeat about it, particularly because it happens to be a woman-centric project.

Hariprriya made her debut in Sandalwood with Manasugala Maatu Madhura in 2008 and went on to act in big banner movies such as Ranna, Ricky and Ranatantra, besides appearing in some Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films.

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