Nayanthara’s First job

Ramnath’s Thirunaal in Tamil can, best case scenario be summed up as a cavort of rowdies, punctuated by pelvic pushing, appallingly indecent moves, swing of sickles, spurting blood and a relationship between a teacher and, well, a lungi-clad goon.
Nayanthara’s First job
One never totally comprehends the head or tail of a plot in which the courageous woman (played here by Nayanthara, and called Vidya), a warm teacher from an unobtrusive yet respectable family, flips for a rambunctious, unlettered and tactless, tried by Jiiva. His screen name is cutting edge, and in the event that this was not sufficiently unpleasant, he keeps a sharp edge in his mouth, and when he spits it, it hits the jugular!

On the off chance that this was not satisfactory to paint the canvas red, Blade is a vagrant who has been “raised’ by an infamous goonda, Naga (Sharath Lohithaswa), whose accomplice in business (however this is perfect) happens to be Vidya’s dad. When he is conned by Naga, significant other kid Blade is not glad – prompting his grinding with his supervisor.

Nayanthara (born Diana Mariam Kurian, 18 November 1984) is an Indian film actress who predominantly appears in Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam films.[8] She is also the recipient of numerous awards.

Nayanthara made her acting debut in the 2003 Malayalam film Manassinakkare and followed with Vismayathumbathu (2004) before foraying into Tamil and Telugu cinema. She made her debut in Tamil cinema in 2005 with Ayya and a year later in Telugu with Lakshmi, after which she was the female lead in numerous commercially successful Tamil and Telugu films like Vallavan (2006), Dubai Seenu (2007), Tulasi (2007), Billa (2007), Yaaradi Nee Mohini (2008), Adhurs (2010), Simha (2010), Boss Engira Bhaskaran (2010), Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (2012), Raja Rani (2013), Arrambam (2013), Masss (2015), Thani Oruvan (2015), Maya (2015), Naanum Rowdy Dhaan (2015) making her the highest paid actress in South Indian cinema.[9][10]