Four faded actresses in one movie

Four faded actresses in one movieNandita Swetha, Aditi Arya,  Anisha Amborse and Regina Cassandra– the four faded actress have joined hands for an upcoming movie Ninnu Vadili Nenu Polenule.

Havish is playing the lead role in an upcoming movie in a forthcoming movie Ninnu Vadili Nenu Polenule, being helmed by Nizar Shafi. It is a suspense thriller horror drama. The four faded actresses- Nandita Swetha, Aditi Arya,  Anisha Amborse and Regina Cassandra have been roped to play the female lead roles.

 Nandita Swetha is a well known  face for Telugu audiences as she made her Telugu debut with Ekkadiki Pothavu Chinnavada starring Nithiin, Avika Gor and Heebha Patel. After this movie Nandita Swetha did not sign any Telugu movie as lead actress. Aditi Arya played the female lead in Puri Jagannadh’s directorial venture ISM, in which she shared the screen space with Nandamuri Kalyanram, but unfortunately after ISM, she did not get any offer from Telugu film Industry. On the otherside, Anisha Amborse, who has been the part of few Telugu movies, like Alias Janaki, Manamantha, Fashion Designer S/O Ladies Tailor etc, did not taste success in her filmy career. Now these three faded actresses Nandita Swetha, Aditi Arya and Anisha Amborse, who are struggling to deliver a hit movie, will be seen with Havish in Ninnu Vadili Nenu Polenule. Another faded actress- Regina Cassadra, who was last seen in Telugu movie Nakshatram, and tried to impress the audiences with her glamour avatar but failed to impress, will also be seen sharing screen space with Havish in this drama Ninnu Vadili Nenu Polenule. The sources say, that Regina Cassandra, who was seen in recently released movie Mr Chandramouli, will play cop in this upcoming drama. It is very interesting to see how four faded actresses, who are talented, joined hands for one movie.

 It has also come out that there are number of bold lip locks in this movie Ninnu Vadili Nenu Polenule. The sources close to the film unit say, the romantic drama is going to have the on-screen chemistry between the lead actors as a major highlight.