Kamna Jethmalani is all set to make a T-Town comeback in debutant Prabhu’s upcoming film

After a 5-year hiatus, actress Kamna Jethmalani who is known for films like Ranam, King is making a comeback in a woman-centric film directed by Prabhu.
Written By Akanksha Sridhara | Updated: May 29, 2020 12:00 IST
Kamna Jethmalani is all set to make a T-Town comeback in debutant Prabhu’s upcoming film

Kamna Jethmalani debuted with the romance flick Premikulu. Her third film Ranam gave her the break she was looking for. Since then Kamna has appeared in a string of Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam films. She played the lead role in Telugu films like King, Bendu Apparao R.M.P, Kathi Kantha Rao, and many more. She was last seen in the Tollywood film Chandrika in 2015. While she will appear in the upcoming Kannada film Garuda in a supporting role, the actress is making a T-Town comeback after a 5-year gap. Kamna will take on a role in a woman-centric film. Prabhu who is making his directorial debut is the film’s director.

 
According to reports, Kamna Jethmalani signed on to appear in the film before the lockdown. Kamna Jethmalani will be taking on the role of a mother with a newborn baby in the untitled film directed by Prabhu.
 
Kamna Jethmalani tied the knot with businessman Suraj Negpal in 2014. The actress wishes to stay away from the lead roles as she wants to focus on her daughter.
 
Kamna Jethmalani shot to fame with the film Ranam starring Gopichand. Samanyudu, Bendu Apparoa RMP, and Kathi Kantha Rao are some of her memorable films. She has appeared in several films across the southern film industries. Idyaya Thirudan marked her Tamil debut. She also debuted in the Kannada film industry with the 2007 film Ugadi. She has appeared in Malayalam films Makeup Man and Proprietors: Kammath & Kammath. Kamna is currently working on her Sandalwood film Garuda. The film features actors Siddharth Mahesh, Aindrita Ray, and Ashika Ranganath in leading roles. BK Raja Reddy is producing the film and Dhankumar K is directing it.
 




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