Nayantara is one of the finest actresses of Tamil cinema. It has the strongest reach in South Indian cinema. She has wisely zeroed in on roles, worked on her look and with immense efforts, has shaped her career and is today known as Nayantara Kollywood’s Lady Superstar. The actress, who celebrated her 36th birthday today, has acted in films as a solo lead and with her impeccable performance, she has managed to break the record at the box office. Mukkuti Amman Movie Review: Nayantara made Strike Devi, Urvashi an absolute scene-stellar in RJ Balaji’s social entertainer.
For unlisted women, Lady Superstar Nayantara was the only South Indian actress to make it to the 2018 Forbes India Celebrity list. She has led women centric films. Maya, Armm, Kolayututir column, among others. In an interview given to the trend, Nayantara shared how she works with films in which she will play a solo lead role. He said, “For my solo films, I decide everything.” She also said, “Sometimes, directors move around with sub-plots with husbands or boyfriends. I ask if it’s necessary.” On the occasion of Lady Superstar’s birthday, let’s take a look at those eight films In which he played the lead role. Nizal: Kunchacko Boban and Nayantara team up for a Malayalam movie!
Anaamika – Directed by Shekhar Kammula, the film was a remake of the Hindi film story, In which Nayantara played a decisive role. She plays the role of an IT professional who goes to Hyderabad to search for her missing husband.
Maya – Nayantara’s next female-centric project was the horror film Maya It is written and directed by Ashwin Saravanan. It was an unconventional character he played and it helped him to gain positive reviews.
Dora – Directed by Dos Ramasamy, the actress played Pavlakkodi in this horror thriller. Although the film did not receive a very good response, Nayantara was praised for her script and performance of choice.
Aramm Nayantara played a more challenging role and her readiness to experiment impressed everyone. He played the role of a district collector in this Gopi Nainar film and paid the risk.
Kolamavu Nightingale Nayantara played the role of an innocent girl in this film, which is directed by debutant Nelson Dilipkumar. Kokila decides to smuggle drugs to earn money to treat her mother. His strong performance and the film’s success at the box office once again proved that he does not need a male lead to be a film hit.
Airaa – This was the second time Nayantara was playing a double role after Bhavani and Yamuna Maya. The film made a splash at the box office, however, his choice for the role of Nayantara was praised.
Kolayututir column – Nayantara believed in giving strong performances, without worrying about box office collections. He has said, “I am not someone who lets success go to my head,” reports the trend. And Shruti, a silent-deaf girl who grew up in an orphanage, was another impeccable role.
Mukuti Amman – This is Nayantara’s latest film in which she appeared in a titular role. The actress, mostly seen in a glamorous avatar, broke the stereotype by performing the role of a deity from a non-descript temple in Nagercoil, winning hearts once again with her performance.
These are the films in which Nayantara played the lead roles and with time and effort gained the title of Lady Superstar. Here the beauty is getting a lot of birthday wishes and many more female-centric roles in the future!
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