Priyamani will be staging a comeback with the Telugu flick Sirivennela, confirm sources. The award-winning actor, soon after her marriage, took a break from acting. However, with an impressive script like Sirivennela coming her way, she has decided to comeback. According to the sources close to the film, it is an apt project for her and the role has been tailor-made. Sirivennela will be directed by Prakash Pulijala and produced by A N Bhasha and Rama Seetha under their banner.
Priyamani got married to her long-time beau in August last year and stayed away from the limelight. However, when she was approached with the script for Sirivennela, she just couldnâ€™t say no and took up the offer.
Priyamani made his debut with the movie Ullam in 2003 but her major breakthrough came three years later with the Ameer directorial Paruthi Veeran in which she played the character Muthazhagu. The role went on to fetch her several prestigious awards including the National Film Award for best actress, the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for best actress, Filmfare Award for Best Actress â€“ Tamil and Vijay Award for best actress. Having working in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi movies, Priyamani has been honoured with various awards in her long career spanning well over a decade.
She has won the National Film Award for Best Actress (2006) - Paruthiveeran - Tamil, Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress (2006) - Paruthiveeran, Filmfare Award for Best Actress â€“ Tamil (2007) - Paruthiveeran, Vijay Award for Best Actress â€“ Tamil (2007) - Paruthiveeran, Filmfare Award for Best Actress â€“ Malayalam (2008) - Thirakkatha, Sandalwood Star Award for Best Supporting Actress (2011) - Vishnuvardhana and Filmfare Award for Best Actress â€“ Kannada (2012) - Chaarulatha.
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