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Diana Mariam Kurian best known by her stage name Nayantara , is an Indian film on-screen character who has showed up in Malayalam, Telugu Tamil, and Kannada movies. She appeared in the 2003 Malayalam film Manassinakkare, before featuring in Tamil and Telugu-dialect movies, close by well known lead on-screen characters. Taking after a few business victories, for example, Chandramukhi (2005), Ghajini (2005) and Billa (2007), Sivakasi (2005) she had built up herself as one of the main on-screen characters in Tamil film


Nayantara was spotted when she was still in school by chief Sathyan Anthikkad, who cast her inverse JayaramManassinakkare. Later, she co-featured close by Mohanlal in Natturajavu and in Fazil’s Vismayathumbathu. Tamil Actress hot photos She was additionally thrown with Mammootty in Thaskaraveeran and Raapakal in the 2003 Malayalam film.

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She in this manner began showing up in Tamil and Telugu movies. In 2005, she was thrown inverse Sarath Kumar in Hari’s Ayya, appearing in the Tamil film industry, and tailed it up with Chandramukhi. The satire blood and gore movie, in which she featured close by Rajnikanth, got to be a standout amongst the best Tamil movies ever, running for more than 800 days in theaters, in the end transforming Nayantara into a standout amongst the most-looked for after performers in Tamil. She then made her presentation in Telugu, featuring in the film Lakshmi, taking after which she performed in Boss, nearby Venkatesh and Nagarjuna respectively.She recaptured her star charging in Kollywood acting inverse Ajith Kumar in the Vishnuvardhan-coordinated Billa.

In 2008 she had five discharges, four of which were in Tamil. Her first discharge, the family performer Yaaradi Nee Mohini was one of the most astounding earning Tamil movies of the year, other than getting seven designations at the 56th Filmfare Awards South, including a Best Actress assignment for Nayantara for her depiction of Keerthi.