Actress Nazriya Nazim hasn’t acted in a film since she got married to actor Fahadh Faasil in 2014 and last appeared in a Tamil film titled ‘Thirumanam Enum Nikkah’ starring actor Jai in the other lead role. Nazriya Nazim is now making a comeback with a film directed by ‘Bangalore Days’ director Anjali Menon which had Nazriya too playing one of the lead roles. The film is yet to be titled and has actors Prithviraj Sukumaran and Parvathy too in the other lead roles. Parvathy and Nazriya Nazim seem to be having a blast shooting for the film going by the video which Parvathy posted a day ago on her Instagram page. Nazriya and Parvathy seem to be having a great time between the shoot and are seen spending some quality time together. The ladies seem to have become best buddies and these videos are proof of that. Here are few videos of Parvathy and Nazriya chilling together during the shoot of their upcoming film directed by Anjali Menon:
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The yet to be titled in currently being shot across various locations in South India and recently wrapped up a schedule in Ooty. Photos from the shooting spot went viral recently which had Prithviraj and Nazriya Nazim in it. Nazriya is seen peeping out of a mini-van and Prithrviraj is seen walking towards a food joint. This viral picture has certainly raised the buzz and the expectations around the film all the more. The yet to be titled film will have cinematography by Littil Swayamp. An interesting aspect of the film is that the film will have music by two music composers M Jayachandran and Raghu Dixit, and will be Raghu’s first outing in Malayalam cinema. This will be an interesting combination and will be most watched out for in the coming season.
Popular Bollywood actor and Marathi stage actor Atul Kulkarni also has been roped in by the makers for this Anjali Menon directorial. During an exclusive chat with PINKVILLA, when we asked Parvathy about the project, she confirmed the news stating, “Anjali’s film is going to start now. I’m not at the liberty to say a word.”