Popular film actress Namitha today announced her marriage with up and coming actor and producer Veerendra. Namitha issued a statement announcing that their marriage would be held on November 24 in Tirupati.
“Hi Everyone, am sure by now you have heard that Veeraand I are getting married on November 24 @Thiruppathi. Veera is my best friend and my soulmate. He is a producer and an aspiring actor”, she said.
The actress made her debut in actor-turned politician Vijaykant starrer ‘Engal Anna’ in 2004 and went on to essay roles with several top Tamil actors. She participated in the recently aired Tamil reality show ‘BiggBoss’ aired by Vijay TV.
Namitha, in her 30s, said she was introduced to Veera by another common friend Sashidhar Babu last year. The actress said Veera and she shared “similar life goals”, common love for travelling, trekking.
“I thank each and everyone of you, who has been my support system since day one and we both seek your love and blessings”, she said.
In a short video that was released in social media, the actress announced her marriage and also introduced Veera.
Namitha is an Indian film actress who has predominantly been active in the South Indian film industry. She competed in the Miss India 2001 pageant, before making her film debut through the Telugu romantic film Sontham (2002). In the mid-2000s, she achieved popularity through her glamorous roles in Tamil films and often starred opposite older actors. By the end of the decade, Namitha was amongst the most popular actresses in Tamil cinema and enjoyed a cult-like fan following from audiences across Tamil Nadu.
In the mid 2000s, she quickly became popular in Tamil language films with her mature look and tall frame prompting film makers to cast her opposite ageing actors such as Vijayakanth, Sathyaraj, Arjun, Parthiban, Sundar C and Sarathkumar. She appeared in a series of commercial action films opposite such actors, including roles in Aai(2005), Chanakya (2005) and Aanai (2005). Likewise, she was regularly cast in comedy films with senior actors too, making appearances in Siddique’s Engal Anna (2004) and six of Sakthi Chidambaram’s comedy dramas. During the period, she appeared in her first Hindi film Love Ke Chakkar Mein, worked on a Kannda film titled Namitha I Love You and shot for an English film, Maya, which was later released in 2008 as Kamasutra Nights. In 2007, she had the opportunity to work with two leading younger actors from Tamil cinema, respectively appearing with Vijay in the A. R. Rahman-musical Azhagiya Tamil Magan (2007) and Ajith Kumar in Vishnuvardhan’s gangster film Billa (2007).
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