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Heard Of Parvathy Menon? Know All About This Irrfan Khan's Co-Star

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| October 7 , 2017 , 14:44 IST

Irrfan Khan is known for his versatile acting prowess and the kind of film he picks up. His upcoming film named 'Qarib Qarib Singlle' directed by Tanuja Chandra is an unconventional love story.

Along with Irrfan, Malayalam actress Parvathy Menon will be seen making her Bollywood debut in the film. It is a known fact that matching the globally recognised actor's acting skills on-screen is not a cakewalk.

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Why Parvathy was selected for the role is still a mystery to many. Let us ease your brains a little and introduce you to the queen of Malayalam cinema. Menon has worked in much-acclaimed Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films.

The actress rose to fame with her superhit Malayalam film 'Bangalore Days' released in 2014. Her charming smile and bubbly persona stole many hearts in the movie. Her debut film, 'Out Of Syllabus' didn't do much for her acting career.

Though, soon people took notice of her when her romance drama 'Notebook' hit the theatres in the same year. Following the film's success, she bagged the lead role in Telugu movie, 'Milana' in 2007.

Her dedication towards her work was noted when she visited fireworks factories while preparing for her role of a factory worker in Tamil movie, 'Poo' in 2008. Her portrayal of the dark complexioned girl gained her much critical appreciation.

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When her film 'Maryan' opposite Dhanush released in 2013, she was already a big name in Tamil and Kannada cinema. Following the success of 'Bangalore Days', she won the Best Actress for 'Ennu Ninte Moideen' in Kerala State Film Award.

She has been pretty vocal on feminist issues. Parvathy is known for doing complete justice to whatever role she plays. Given her track record, we are sure that the talented actress will soon take Bollywood by storm as well.

Watch the trailer of 'Qarib Qarib Singlle' here: