Lakshmi Manchu showers praises for Jyothika, says her eyes speak volumes

Actress Lakshmi Manchu showered her praises for Jyothika, saying her eyes speak volumes.

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Actress Jyotika has an amazing line up of films this year- Mani Ratnam’s Chekka Chivantha Vaanam, Radha Mohan’s remake of Tumhari Sulu- ‘Kaatrin Mozhi’. The shooting of her much-talked about film Kaatrin Mozhi, which is being directed by Radhamohan, started earlier this month. Well, the makers are quite impressed with Jyothika and her co-star Lakshmi Manchu also couldn’t stop herself from praising. Lakshmi Manchu seems to be quite impressed with Jyotika and spoke about the same on social media.

Actress Lakshmi Manchu showered her praises for Jyothika, saying her eyes speak volumes. The actress tweeted, “Working w #jyothika… woah!! What a talent. Always been a huge fan now even more. Her eyes speak volumes and the camera just loves her #kaatrinmozhi @Suriya_offl”

Check out the tweet right below:

Tumhari Sulu remake Kaatrin Mozhi is being directed by Radha Mohan. Kaatrin Mozhi also stars Telugu actor-producer Lakshmi Manchu. She will be seen stepping into Neha Dhupia’s shoes from the original while Jyotika plays the role of Vidya Balan. Produced by Dhananjayan Govind’s BOFTA Media Works, Vidharth plays Jyothika’s husband and will reprise Manav Kaul’s role in the remake.

Kaatrin Mozhi is one of the much-awaited films. It remains to see how the remake of Tumhari Sulu turns up. What do you have to say? Share your views in the comments section below.

Jyothika made a huge comeback to the silver screen after a hiatus of eight years with 36 Vayadhinile and now, we just can’t wait to know what the actress has in stores for the audience with such amazing lineups of the remake.

On the other hand, Lakshmi Manchu will next be seen in a thriller titled Wife of Ram that is being directed by debutante Vijay Yelakanti. Wife of Ram also stars Aadarsh Balakrishna and Priyadarshi in important roles. The teaser of Wife of Ram was unveiled by Akkineni Nagarjuna.

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