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Remya Nambeesan apprehensive of doing sister roles

Submitted by on June 30, 2012 – 10:38 pmNo Comment |

Remya Nambeesan, who has made it real big recently in Malayalam films is apprehensive of doing sister roles. Remya was interacting with an FM radio station recently, when she made this revelation. The actress who had made her debut with ‘Aanachandam’ opposite Jayaram has been getting busier by the day!

Remya says that she would think quite a few times before accepting a sister role in the future. She accepts that she has done sister roles in the past, but adds that once an actress is type cast in the role of a sister, it might be very difficult for her to get lead heroine roles.

Remya was recently seen in the Amal Neerad film ‘Bachelor Party’ in which she had done a cameo. Her song for the film, for which she had lent her voice as well, has turned out to be a huge hit, and Remya is thrilled. Her next release would be ‘Husbands in Goa’.


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