Actress Priyanka Thimmesh – Profile
Priyanka Thimmesh is a young south indian actress who predominantly act in Kannada films. She started her journey in the industry from Kannada movie Ganapa, directed by Prabhu Srinivas. She is present in the industry from 2015.
Biography : Priyanka Thimmesh was born and brought up in Karnataka. She choose her career as an actress when she had completed her academic profession. She made her debut in the industry with the movie Ganapa and here she presented the lead female character. Director Manju Swaraj met her during the dubbing time of Ganapa and he described the story of the film Pataki. Priyanka impressed on the script and she signed for the project.
Priyanka Thimmesh made her debut in the industry with the movie Ganapa, directed by Prabhu Srinivas and which was released in 2015. Santhosh Balaraj, Tarun, Tumkur Mohan are in the lead roles along with her. She was a little bit tensed since she had no previous experience in acting, but the support from the crew made her more comfort and thus she made a good opening in the industry.
She made her debut in Bollywood with the film Naam Hai Akira, directed by AR Murugadoss and which was released in 2016. Sonakshi Sinha, Konkona Sen Sharma, Anurag Kashyap, Ankita Karan Patel are in the lead cast. In which Priyanka handled a small role. Priyanka handled a prominent role in the Kannada movie Pataki, directed by Manju Swaraj. Ganesh, Saikumar,Sadhu Kokila, Ranya Rao are in the lead roles. She got positive response from the audience for her performance in the movie and the film made a big impact at the box office.
Pruyanka is making her debut in Mollywood with the film Kayamkulam Kochunni, directed by the ace filmmaker Rosshan Andrrews. Nivin Pauly, R. Sarathkumar, Amal Paul, Sunny Wayne and Sarath Kumar are handling the pivotal roles in this movie.
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Filmography – Movie List
|Bheema Sena Nala Maharaja|
|Naam Hai Akira||2016|
|Kayamkulam Kochunni||Pre Production|