Udupi boy from Hindi daily soaps shines in Tulu movie ‘Yeregauvye Kiri Kiri’

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (ANK)

Udupi, Jan 9: A youngster from Udupi has shined brightly in Tulu movie ‘Yeregauvye Kiri Kiri’.

Mohammed Nayeem made his Coastalwood debut in the recently released Ram Shetty directorial ‘Yeregauvye Kiri Kiri’. Nayeem hails from Udyavar in Udupi. After completing his education, he had moved to Mumbai to pursue a career in dance.

Nayeem struggled a lot to become a hero. He got an opportunity in ‘Kum Kum Bhagya’ Hindi serial telecast on Zee TV and later went on to feature in serials like ‘Apnasa’ and ‘Siddi Vinayaka’.

After a successful stint in daily soaps, Nayeem made his debut in Tulu film ‘Yeregauvye Kiri Kiri’. His amazing performance in the movie has help him receive several movie offers.





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  • Evans C Sumitra, Udupi/New York, USA.

    Tue, Jan 11 2022

    My heartiest congratulations to Nayeem as you make your debut in a Tulu movie. Good luck and all the very best. I have seen many Hindi daily soaps in which have performed.

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  • Shaikh Mohammed Athif, Udupi

    Sun, Jan 09 2022

    Masha Allah my brthr...Really proud of u brthr...May Allah bless u and all of us with all the happiness and success and prosperity Ameen...Feels proud to be ur buddy...Thank u so much..lots of love Nayeem😘😘😘🥰🥰🥰🏏🏏❤❤❤❤🙂🙂🙂🙂

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