Saturday, February 12, 2011

Prospect of dazzling Namitha in 2011.

Prospect of dazzling Namitha in 2011.

There are few actresses in Indian screen who had joined the film industry and stormed silver screen within short span of time. Namitha is one of those actresses.

Namita Kapoor better known as Namita was born on 10th May, 1980 in a Kapoor family in Surat, Gujarat. She was crowned Miss Surat in 1998. From that time onwards she came to the notice of filmmakers and producers. By 2010, she had become a craze in South Indian cinema.

She caught public attention with her commercial advertisements. Her performance ranged for different variety of products. It included Hand Soap, Himani Cream, Ice-cream, Manikchand Gutkha, Nile Herbal Shampoo, to name a few.

Her acting career started with her Telegu film Sontham. In 2002 she made her debut. In the same year she acted in three other Telegu films including Gemini, Oka Raju Oka Rani, Oka Radha Idharu Krishnula Pelli. In 2003 she acted in the Tamil film Engal Anna.

In 2004, she acted in the Telegu films Ei The Enti and Nayakudu. She stormed Tamil Silver Screen with her dazzling performance in the film Aai. She performed brilliantly in the song “Arjuna Arjuna”

In 2005 she acted in 4 Tamil films Chanakya, Bambara Kannaley, Aanai, Kovai Brothers. She also acted in the hindi film Love Ke Chakkar Me. She was nominated for best supporting actress award for her performance in the Telegu film Billa.

She also acted in Malayalam film Black Stallion, Kannada film Indra. In 2010, she is busy with the films Simha, Hoo, Desadrohi and Illaignan. On December 26th, 2010, there was an attempt being made by a person to kidnap actress Namitha from the city of Tiruchirrapalli in Tamil Nadu.

If 2010 had kept Namitha busy in Telegu films like Simha and Desodrohi, 2011 had made her even busy with films like Illaignan and Ponnar Shankar in Tamil and Namitha I Love You, in Kannada.

The viewers expect her to glorify South Indian films and hindi cinema with her dazzling performances.

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