Actress Neema Ray to play lead role in upcoming movie '14th Feb'


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru(DV)

Mangaluru, Dec 9: Neema Ray who created a sensation with her acting skills in Tulu and Kannada movies will be also playing a lead role in another Kannada movie titled '14th Feb'.

Kannada movie '14th Feb' directed by Pradeep Kumar is under pre-production. This movie will be Neema Ray's sixth movie.

Speaking to daijiworld.com Neema Ray informed that she will be playing a lead role as a college student in the movie.

After the success of Tulu/Kannada movie 'Pingara', Neema Ray got the opportunity heroine in the movie '14th Feb'. She has also acted as heroine in Kannada movie 'Arambha', movie released in the year 2015, the lead role in Tulu movie 'Domabarata', released in the year 2016 and acted as heroine in 'Dagalbajilu', released in the year 2018.

Pingara, Tulu/Kannada movie directed Preetham R Shetty, has won the Best Asian Award Cinema at Bengaluru International Film Festival. Moreover, for the character in 'Pingara', Neema Ray has tanned her skin for over 10 days. 

Neema Ray as appeared as a cameo for the title song in the movie 'Non-Rowdy', which is yet to be released.

Neema Ray gained popularity through her bold acting in Tulu films 'Dombarata' directed by Ranjith Suvarna and 'Dagalbajilu' directed by Prashanth.

  

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