Kavya Madhavan Set to Act Again after Failed Marriage


Kochi Oct 29: Popular Malayalam actress Kavya Madhavan, who had bid adieu to films after tying the knot with computer engineer Nischal Chandra early this year, is now making a comeback with "Christian Brothers". Her marriage is said to have hit rock bottom.

"I am not sure about my future but I am acting in this film," said the actress Wednesday at the puja function of the movie. It was one of her rare public appearance after her return from Kuwait where she was living with her husband.

To be directed by Joshi, "Christian Brothers" has three superstars -- Mohanlal, Suresh Gopi and Dileep. Mohanlal also took part in the function here.

In February this year Kavya surprised everyone by getting married and leaving with her husband to Kuwait. Her last film before marriage was "Patanthil Bhootham", in which she teamed up with Mammootty.

Born in Nileshwaram in Kasaragod district, the 24-year-old forayed in Malayalam films as a child artist with "Pookkalam Varavayi" (1991). She came into reckoning when she featured in "Azhakiya Ravanan" in 1996. And since then she has not looked back.

In more than a decade-long career, she acted with leading superstars like Mammootty, Mohanlal and Jayaram. Her films with Dileep turned out to be big hits at the box-office.

Some of her big hits are "Meesha Madhavan", "Madhamabhi", "Classmates" and "Ananthabhadram".



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