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Puneri mulgi is a talk down South

DNPUN36576 | 2/25/2011 | Author : Nisha Garud | WC :485

Budding actor Shruti Marathe is flying high these days with her Marathi, Tamil and Kannada releases lined up at the box office

Traces of vanity are hard to find and so is an ostentatious star. But when her bright smile lights up her freckled cheeks, you can’t help but notice the auburn eyes full of thousand dreams. Upcoming actor and Pune girl Shruti Marathe is flying high these days as her Marathi, Tamil and Kannada films will hit the theatres soon. “The Marathi movie is a multi-starrer, and all three will be ready within two to three months,” says the actor, who is tight-lipped about her projects.
The vivacious actor got her first break in Sanai Choughade, produced by actor Shreyas Talpade. What followed was the Tamil movie Indira Vizha, a remake of the Hindi film Aitraaz where Shruti, essayed the role of Kareena Kapoor. With the next two Tamil movies—Naan
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