Kalyani Priyadarshan signs her next Telugu film

The actor made an impressive debut with the Akhil Akkineni starrer 'Hello' recently.
Kalyani Priyadarshan signs her next Telugu film
Kalyani Priyadarshan signs her next Telugu film
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Kalyani Priyadarshan made an impressive debut with the Akhil Akkineni starrer Hello recently. Though the film received mixed reviews, her performance in it was lauded.

With her debut movie out, film buffs were eager to know about her next project and details about it have now emerged. The star has inked a deal for a Telugu movie and it will be helmed by Sudheer Varma.

She will be paired opposite Sharwanand in this film, which has not been titled yet. Reports are that Kajal Agarwal is also onboard this Sudheer Varma directorial. Sharwanand’s last film release was Mahanubhavudu which did well at the box office and he currently has the Hanu Raghavapudi directorial in his kitty.

Kalyani Priyadarshan is the daughter of the estranged couple, director Priyadarshan and actor Lissy. Before making her acting debut, Kalyani worked as Sabu Cyril’s assistant production designer in Krrish 3 in the year 2013 and as an assistant art director in Iru Mugan in 2016.

Interestingly, her debut film was directed by Vikram Kumar, who was an erstwhile associate of her father Priyadarshan. Kalyani had completed her basic schooling in Chennai and later shifted to Singapore for higher studies.

She then went on to pursue her bachelor's degree in architecture designing at the Parsons School of Design, New York City. Kalyani has always been interested in acting and had undergone training by taking part in various workshops and being associated with reputed theatre groups.

Though Kalyani had made her acting debut with a Telugu movie, there were huge expectations that she would go on to sign a Tamil film next. According to sources, she is waiting for the right project to launch herself in Kollywood and doesn’t mind waiting for some more time.

(Content provided by Digital Native)

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