Aamani is going to essay the role of Lakshmi Parvathi in upcoming one of the most prestigious project NTR biopic, in the direction of Krish, say sources. Nandamuri Balakrishna is playing the role of his father and late Chief Minister of United Andhra Pradesh, NTR. The official confirmation is awaited regarding Aamani’s inclusion in the film.
Veteran actress Aamani is well known face for Telugu audiences. She first appeared in a lead role opposite Naresh in the film Jamba Lakidi Pamba, directed by E. V. V. Satyanarayana, which was turned out blockbuster at the box office. She also acted in the film Mister Pellam helmed by Bapu, which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu. Aamani won Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu for the film Subha Lagnam and Nandi Award for Best Actress for the films Subha Sankalpam and Mr. Pellam.
Few years back, Lakshmi Parvathi said, “As a child, I looked up to NTR as a God. When I was in College, I started to treat him as a Lover. I met him when I was pursuing Mphil in Telugu University between the period of 1989-1990. First time when I met NTR with the help of AP Bhavan in-charge Kishan Rao in New Delhi, I fell on his feet, NTR wiped off my tears, thereafter we used to meet frequently to discuss various aspects. One day when I told him about my son and issues in my family. He understood and helped me a lot. One day, NTR himself asked me that he wants to marry me. We tied the knot in a secret manner in 1992 and NTR Family never accepted me as one of their family member. Later NTR declared that I am his wife at a film function of Mohan Babu.”
NTR biopic is jointly bankrolled by Nandamuri Balakrishna, Vishnu Induri and Sai Korrapati. Rana Daggubati will be seen playing the role of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and Sumanth is playing the role of his grandfather ANR in NTR biopic. Viday Balan will be seen as NTR’s wife Basavatarakam.
Meanwhile Aamani is waiting for the release of her next upcoming film Srinivasa Kalyanam, which is scheduled to hit the theaters this Friday.
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