M’luru: Ashvithi Shetty starrer 'Ananthu Vs Nusrath' to release on Dec 28

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Dec 27: Ashvithi Shetty starrer 'Ananthu Vs Nusrath' directed by Sudheer Shanbhogue will release on December 28.

Ashvithi Shetty is excited about her upcoming movie Ananthu Vs Nusrath, as she is returning to the screen after a gap of two years. Ashvithi was last seen in Kannada movie 'Suli' along with her twin-sister Adhvithi Shetty and veteran actor Srinath back in 2016. Ashvithi Shetty with her twin sister Adhvithi Shetty made her debut in Yash and Radhika starrer blockbuster movie 'Mr and Mrs Ramachari'.

Ashvithi Shetty hails from Bejai, Mangaluru and is the proud daughter of Yathiraj Shetty and Nanda Y Shetty. She is an alumnus of St Aloysius College and Manipal institute of Management. Ashvithi was crowned as Miss Bunt Bangalore, Miss Mangalore beauty hair in 2014 and has done video shoot for TVS corporate and many more.

Ashvithi Shetty plays a glamorous role which is connected to the story in Ananthu Vs Nusrath. Ananthu Vs Nusrath is more about family values, human relationships and has a bit of comedy essence.

Speaking to daijiworld.com, Ashvithi Shetty said, "It feels really wonderful coming back on screen after two years. I love acting and it is my passion. Coming back on screen and seeing me act; I am really excited and happy at the same time.”
Ashvithi also said, "The reason to opt this movie is the story, and my role. I thought this is an opportunity for me to explore a little and it would be a great advantage in my acting career. I was waiting for a right script and an opportunity."

Ashvithi is seen in prominent role in Ananthu Vs Nusrath along with Vinay Rajkumar, Latha Hegde, Ravi Shankar, B Suresh, Naveen D Padil Guruprasad, and Sridhar.


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