One of the greatest hits in Nayanthara‘s profession was the Malayalam film Elektra, which hit the silver screens in 2010. A thrill ride coordinated by Shyamaprasad, the film featured Nayantara in the number one spot part with Manisha Koirala, P Sreekumar, Prakash Raj, Biju Menon and Skanda Ashok in the star cast. The most recent news is that the Telugu rendition of the film will be out in theaters under the title Lady Tiger.
The screenplay for the first had been penned by Shyamaprasad and Kiran Prabhakar. The specialized group of the film involves Alphons Joseph for music, Sanu Varghese for cinematography and Vinod Sukumaran for altering. Elektra debuted at the International Film Festival of India in November 2010 and its worldwide debut occurred at the seventh Dubai International Film Festival.
The Telugu variant is relied upon to hit the silver screens not long from now.
As indicated by sources aware of everything, Elektra depends on the Greek fanciful character Electra, yet with changes in the plot to suit the essence of Indian groups of onlookers. The film’s story, set in a privileged family in Kerala, was profoundly motivated by Electra by Sophocles, Electra by Euripides, Oresteia by Aeschylus and Mourning Becomes Electra by Eugene O’Neill.
Nayanthara, otherwise called the Lady Superstar, is a standout amongst the most needed champions in the Tamil and Telugu film businesses. She has a large number of movies in different phases of generation arranged for discharge this year and that incorporates Imaikka Nodigal, Kolaiyuthir Kaalam and Kolamaavu Kokila in Tamil and Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy in Telugu.
The performer made her acting presentation with the Sathiyan Anthikad directorial Manassinakkare in Mollywood in 2003 and from that point forward has acted in various movies in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. She has shared screen space with all the best stars including Rajinikanth, Mammootty, Chiranjeevi, Balakrishna, Dhanush, Vijay, Vijay Sethupathi and others.