Oviya plays a TV reporter in the film.

Oviyavai Vitta Yaru trailer out Oviya is all set to hit the big screen post the reality show
Flix Kollywood Tuesday, January 09, 2018 - 18:56

The Bigg Boss sensation is riding on her brand new popularity and is all set to conquer the south Indian film industry.

The trailer of Bigg Boss sensation Oviya’s film, Oviyavai Vitta Yaru, is out. Produced by Madurai Selvan, the movie also has Sanjeevi, Senthil and Power Star Srinivasan in crucial roles.

 The film was earlier titled Seeni and has been pending for release for a long time. However, after the actor shot to limelight through the Tamil reality television show Bigg Boss, producer Madurai Selvan changed the title to use the actor’s name in order to cash in on her popularity.

The trailer looks promising with many song sequences, colourful sets and comedy.

In an interview to the Deccan Chronicle, Madurai Selvam said, “The film has Oviya in the role of a TV reporter and an elephant called Seetha plays a crucial character. The elephant, which was named as Seetha by late legend MGR, belongs to TVS family. Three more contestants of Bigg Boss are also a part of the film — ‘Kanja’ Karuppu as a folk artist, Vaiyapuri as the PA of Radha Ravi and Snehan has written the lyrics.”

The producer also mentioned that according to the contract entered with Bigg Boss producers, Oviya is not allowed to join the promos.

Oviya made her acting debut in 2007 with the Malayalam film Kangaroo and has starred in various languages such as Tamil, Kannada and Hindi. Her Tamil debut was with the cult hit Kalavani and she went on to star in films such as Kalakalappu, Marina, Yaamirukka Bayamey, 144 and Hello Naan Pei Pesuren.

Oviya will soon be making her debut in the Telugu film industry with Hello Naan Pei Pesuren. 

With Oviyaava Vitta Yaaru aka OVY making it to the theatres, the producers of her other films which are lying in the cans are also contemplating on cashing in on her current popularity.

The actor and model who predominantly worked in the Tamil film industry has also enjoyed popularity in Malayalam and Telugu films.

(With inputs from Digital Native) 

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