Star kids Keerthi, Kalyani roped in for 'Kunjali Marakkar'

Star kids Keerthi, Kalyani roped in for 'Kunjali Marakkar'
Kalyani disclosed that she along with Keerthi would be acting in the mega-budget movie 'Kunjali Marakkar.'

Actress Kalyani Priyadarshan, while wishing her dear friend Keerthi Suresh on her birthday, made a big revelation which has thrilled the fans of both the pretty actresses. She disclosed that she along with Keerthi would be acting in the mega-budget movie 'Kunjali Marakkar', which is slated to go on floors in December. The movie starring superstar Mohanlal in the title role will be directed by hitmaker Priyadarshan, Kalyani's father.  

Sharing a child hood picture of hers with Keerthy, along with a recent one, Kalyani posted on her Facebook page, “Keerthy Suresh….Don’t think our parents would’ve have ever thought two silly looking things like us would turn out the way we did. Happy birthday Kitty!! I’ve already told you how amazing it is that you have managed to top yourself every year and last year was seriously peak levels, so I can’t wait to see how you beat yourself this time! Good luck for SandaKozhi2 and #Sarkar! (And obviously can’t wait for us to get together for #marakkar in December).”

Though there were reports that Keerthy Suresh would be joining the ensemble cast of the movie, the crew had refused to confirm it. However, Kalyani’s Facebook post has just confirmed those reports. 

Keerthi, who debuted through the Priyadarshan directorial ,Geethanjaly, was seen for the last time in Malayalam, in the Dileep-starrer 'Ring Master'. She, however, went on to become a leading heroine in the Tamil and Telugu film industries with many super hit movies to her credit. The bilingual ‘Mahanati’, in which she amazingly played the yesteryear actress Savithri, had earned her rave reviews this year.  She is the daughter of film producer Suresh Kumar and yesteryear actress Menaka.

Meanwhile, Kalyani who made her grand entry into the movies with a Telugu film will be making a debut in Malayalam through 'Kunjali Marakkar.  

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