Mangaluru beauty Srinidhi Shetty's upcoming film 'KGF' is talk of the town

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru(DC)

Mangaluru, Nov 11: The upcoming Kannada film 'KGF' of rocking star Yash and Mangaluru beauty Srinidhi Shetty has become the talk of the town.

The trailer of the first part of 'KGF' which is said to be the biggest film ever made in Kannada, was released on YouTube in five languages, namely Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and Malayalam and the cine lovers are going gaga over it.

Residing in Mumbai, Srinidhi is the daughter of Ramesh and Kushala Shetty from Mulky. She studied at Narayana Guru School, Mulky, and pursued PU education at St Aloysius PU College. She then went on to complete her engineering from Bhagvan Mahaveer Jain College, Bengaluru. Currently, she works at Accenture in Mumbai.

KGF marks Srinidhi's big-screen debut and she says that 'the movie was one of the best decisions of her life'.

The ravishing Srinidhi has won the Miss Supranational, Miss Karnataka and Miss South India crowns in the past, and has walked the ramp in several fashion shows. Her hobbies include dancing, trekking and swimming. She has two elder sisters.

KGF is directed by Prashanth Neel and is set in the 1970s. The movie will hit the theatres on December 21. The film also stars Vasishta N Simha, Ramya Krishnan and Malavika Avinash in prominent roles.

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