Mangalurean Jhanvi set to make Tamil film debut with ‘Ravaali’


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Sep 28: Jhanvi is all set to make her debut in Tamil movies with ‘Ravaali’ directed by Ravi Rahul and produced by Shivartha Entertainment.

Jhanvi hails from Kadri. She is the daughter of A Sumithra. She hails from Kundapur and was brought up in Mangaluru.

Jhanvi has vast experience in the film industry. Prior to her debut, she has worked in Tulu and Kannada film industry.

Jhanvi made her big screen debut with Tulu movie ‘Ice Cream’ where she performed in an item song opposite Roopesh Shetty. She was then seen in Kannada movie ‘Lee’ and ‘777 Charlie’ in supporting roles.

Apart from movies, Jhanvi has shown her acting skills in web series ‘Psycho’, Salt and Pepper directed by Ravi Teja and Yerna Bale as protagonist opposite Naveen D Padil, Arvind Bolar and Bhojaraj Vamanjoor.

Jhanvi is an alumnus of St Agnes College and Besant College. She is inclined towards dance, music, cooking and travelling. She was also part of Ocean Kids dance group. Recently, she had worked as a model for Couture Bengaluru under Afroz Khan.

 

 

  

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  • Sheikh Najeeb, Udupi / Dubai

    Mon, Oct 03 2022

    Try bollywood.!!

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  • Dinesh reddy, Chittoor

    Thu, Sep 29 2022

    She was very nice and beautiful.her way of talking and treating people is very well .as like her face her heart also beautiful.her way of talking is very polite.she has very good time sense.she should have brave to try new things and not be afraid to express herself. she had a good qualities which required to be a n actor.she has all good qualities what we need to be an actor.

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