Nayanthara: Lady superstar for a reason
It’s not often that you see heroine centric movies getting massive openings and celebrations. Nayanthara, the reigning queen of South Indian cinema had her first release of 2017 yesterday (March 31).
Dora, a horror thriller directed by Doss Ramasamy featured Nayanthara in the central role. Though the movie opened to negative reviews, it is the kind of opening that the film got in Tamil Nadu that awed many.
Huge flex boards and hoardings are a normal sight for superstar releases. Yesora’s Nayanthara fans in organized a similar grand opening for Dora’s release. The actress, often dubbed as lady superstar enjoys a massive fan base in South India and Dora’s opening proves it.
Nayanthara, after a series of duds and controversies made a grand comeback in 2013. She sweeped all major awards with her performances in movies like Raja Rani, Maya and Naanum Rowdy Dhaan. Unlike her peers, Nayanthara has been taking up only movies that offer her significant roles and has enough scope for performance.
The actress currently has some exciting projects in her kitty. She is playing one of the leads in Imaikka Nodigal which also stars Atharvaa Murali and Bollywood filmmaker Anurag Kashyap. She is also part of Mohan Raja’s upcoming multi starrer, Velaikaaran, that features Sivakarthikeyan, Fahadh Faasil and Sneha in other major roles.
Nayanthara has also committed for two other female oriented movies- Unnai Pol Oruvan fame Chakri Toleti’s Kolaiyathir Kalam and Gopi Nainaar’s Araam.
Like a Vidya Balan and Kangana Ranaut for Bollywood, down South, Nayanthara is comfortable in a space for her own. In fact, she is in a league where only she belongs to.