Priyadarshan who introduced Trisha in the Hindi film is also now introducing Priyamani in a Hindi film. Trisha became an actress because of Priyadarshan.
Priyadarshan who introduced Trisha in the Tamil film has also introduced her in the Hindi film. Trisha made her debut in the Hindi film Khatta Meeta produced by Akshay Kumar.
The film was released and is doing well at the box office. Because of this Trisha is in cloud nine. At this point of time Priyamani is also going to Bollywood. She will also be introduced by Priyadarshan.
She is acting in the film Bullet Train being directed by Priyadarshan. Ajay Devgan and Sunil Shetty are in the lead roles. There are two heroines in this film.
One is Sameera Reddy and other heroine is Priyamani. Priyamani in the recent days is rocking with her glamour outfits. She is ready to rock with extra glamour in Hindi films. A tough competition is expected as far as glamour is concerned because Sameera Reddy is there.
Priyadarshan is an Indian film director, producer, and screenwriter. In a career spanning almost three decades, Priyadarshan has directed over 80 films in several Indian languages including Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Though he began his career in Malayalam cinema in 1984, Priyadarshan has been mainly active in Hindi cinema for the past decade.
Best known for his comedy films, Priyadarshan has also tried his hand at action and thriller films from time to time. His collaborations with Mohanlal were popular in Malayalam cinema during the 1980s and 1990s, with films such as Vellanakalude Nadu, Chithram, Vandanam, Kilukkam, Abhimanyu, Mithunam, Thenmavin Kombath, and Kala Pani. Actors he has worked with over several films include Kuthiravattam Pappu, Jagathy Sreekumar, Nedumudi Venu, Sreenivasan, Sukumari, and Mukesh.
Priyadarshan was one of the first directors in India to introduce rich color grading, clear sound and quality dubbing through his early Malayalam films. Upon entering Bollywood, he has mostly adapted stories from popular comedy films from Malayalam cinema, some from his own work and some from others. These include Hera Pheri, Hungama, Hulchul, Garam Masala, Bhagam Bhag, Chup Chup Ke, Dhol, and Bhool Bhulaiyaa. Actors he has worked with multiple times in Hindi cinema include Paresh Rawal, Akshay Kumar, Akshaye Khanna, and Suniel Shetty.
In 2007, his Tamil film Kanchivaram won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film. The Government of India honored him by giving the Padma Shri in 2012 for his contribution towards the arts.