Malayalam actors Mammootty and Parvathy Thiruvothu will be collaborating for the first time in a film titled Puzhu, directed by debutant Ratheena Sharshad.
Actor Parvathy Thirovothu announced her resignation from the Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) on Monday protesting against AMMA general secretary Edavela Babu’s comments on a female actor who is a survivor of sexual assault, during an interview with Nikesh Babu on Reporter TV.
Actor Parvathy TK received the Miss Kumari award at an event held in Kodungallur Town Hall on Sunday evening. The award, constituted by the P Bhaskaran Foundation, was handed over to the 31-year-old actor by veteran artiste Namboothiri.
Malayalam film Uyare, directed by Manu Ashokan and starring Parvathy TK, will release in South Korea on May 19 with Korean subtitles, becoming the first Malayalam movie to release in the South East Asian country. The film which deals with the theme of acid attacks against women, released in theatres in Kerala on April 26.
Actress Parvathy Thiruvoth, the star of Uyare, will make her debut as a director soon. She confirmed this to Cinema Dinamalar, and said that the project had been in her mind for a while now. “I’ve been wanting to direct a film for many days. There’s a story I want to say in the form of a film,” she said.
Parvathy has begun shooting for her new movie Varthamanam, to be directed by Siddharth Siva. Also featuring Anandam fame Roshan Mathew, the movie is currently being made in Mussoorie.
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GQ magazine’s list of ’50 most influential young Indians 2018′ has names from across fields like business, sports, entertainment and others. The list includes director Pa Ranjith, actors Parvathy, Nayanthara and journalist Sandhya Menon from the South.
A journalist who spearheaded the second wave of the #MeToo movement in India, Menon has been instrumental in outing powerful ministers, stand-up comedians, actors, and influential men in media. Even as she tweeted out her experience of sexual harassment at the workplace, she also shared, and continues to share experiences of other women.
Actress Parvathy said that her acting offers have dwindled since she became part of the Women in Cinema Collective (WCC) and began questioning the actor’s association in Malayalam film industry.
Parvathy Thiruvoth will play an acid-attack survivor in her next movie that has Tovino Thomas and Asif Ali alongside her. The movie will see her joining hands with scriptwriters Bobby and Sanjay after their 2017 movie Take Off.
My Story, a romantic comedy directed by debutante filmmaker Roshni Dinaker, released on July 7 to mixed reviews. At a press meet held in Kochi on Monday, Dinaker, who is also the film’s producer, said that the film was bearing the brunt of an ongoing negative campaign on social media against the lead actors of the film, Parvathy TK and Prithviraj Sukumaran.
“Except for rare instances such as Kamaladalam, I haven’t had any opportunity to put to use my classical dance skills in films,” says Parvathy, whose favourite dancers include Kalamandalam Shemavati, her Guru, and danseuses such as Neena Prasad and Sunanda Nair. And, in cinema?One of the most sought-after female stars in Malayalam cinema in late 80s and 90s, she made her debut in Balachandra Menon’s Vivaahithare Ithile Ithile (1986) when she was just 16. In her eight-year-long career, she collaborated with renowned filmmakers such as Bharathan, Padmarajan, Priyadarshan and Sathyan Anthikkad, playing weighty roles that he Malayali audience continues to remember with fondness. One of the most important films in her career is Kamaladalam, directed by Sibi Malayil, where she played a gifted danseuse that Mohanlal’s character falls in love with.
The official trailer of Malayalam movie My Story, starring Prithviraj and Parvathy in lead roles, is out.
Directed by :Roshni Dinaker Produced by :Dinaker O. V. Roshni Dinaker Written by :Shankar Ramakrishnan Starring :Prithviraj Sukumaran,Parvathy Music by :Shaan Rahman Singer :Benny Dayal,Manjari Lyricis :Hari Narayanan Cinematography :Dudley Edited by :Priyank Prem Kumar Production company :Roshni Dinaker Productions Distributed by : Roshni Dinaker Productions
Malayalam actors Prithviraj Sukumaran, Parvathy, Nivin Pauly, and Tovino Thomas have come out in support of Sreejith who has been protesting outside the Kerala Secretariat for more than 760 days now. He has demanded action against police officials allegedly responsible for his brother’s death in police custody.
Movie – Nimir Starring – Udhayanidhi Stalin, Namitha Pramod, Parvatii Nair Music – Darbuka Siva & B. Ajaneesh Loknath Director – Priyadarshan Producer – Santhosh T. Kuruvilla Studio – Moonshot Entertainments Private Limited Music Label – Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd.
After weeks of keeping quiet, Malayalam actor Mammootty has finally broken his silence on the issue faced by actress Parvathy, after she was attacked by a barrage of hateful comments and threats when she criticised his film Kasaba. Speaking to Manorama Online, the actor says that he had never asked anybody to defend or speak for him.
Shashi Tharoor came in the defence of Parvathy who was forced to file a police complaint after the trolling and bullying escalated on social media, spearheaded by fans of actor Mammootty who did not take her comment on his film Kasaba too lightly. CS Printo, a 23-year-old man, was arrested from Thrissur on Wednesday and has been charged for intimidation and sexual abuse under the IT Act.
Malayalam actress Parvathy has reportedly filed a police complaint after the trolling and bullying escalated on social media, spearheaded by fans of actor Mammootty who did not take her comment on his film Kasaba too lightly. Speaking to NDTV, the actress said that the issue is not just about her anymore but about silencing a woman who speaks up.
Malayalam actress Parvathy, who has been receiving a lot of flak for criticising Mammootty’s film Kasaba, a crass film laden with misogyny, has given director Jude Anthany Joseph a fitting reply to him calling her a circus monkey.
Malayalam actress Parvathy, who was speaking at the Women in Cinema Collective at the International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK), spoke about a particular film she had the ‘bad luck’ of watching. She was referring to Mammootty’s film Kasaba, that released last year, where the superstar had uttered several misogynistic dialogues and rape threats.
Last week, Malayali actor Parvathy Thiruvothu bagged the Best Actress Award at the International Film Festival Of India, thus being the first actor from Kerala to win the Silver Peacock. The 29-year-old artiste has starred in just nine Malayalam films in a career spanning 11 years – a number so small when compared to the filmography of her contemporary male actors.