Mangaluru: New find of coastalwood industry - Swathi Shetty

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, May 1: Swathi Shetty is a new find in the coastalwood film industry, making her debut in the film 'Gauji Gammath' which released on April 14 to great acclaim.

Hailing from Udupi, Swathi Shetty is a multitalented actress with a passion for modeling, acting, and dancing.

She is a graduate in MCom and also owns a dance class where she trains students in various forms of dance. Before her debut, Swathi also modeled for advertisements for Malabar Gold and Karnataka Bank, showcasing her talents.

In 'Gauji Gammath,' directed by Mani A J Karthikeyan and produced by Mohan Bhatkal and Vinayak Theerthahalli, Swathi Shetty stars in the lead role alongside Karna Udyavar. The film also features comedy giants from Tulunadu, including Devadas Kapikad, Naveen D Padil, and Arvind Bolar. Other notable actors include Prasanna Shetty Bailur, Umesh Mijaru, Chandrahasa Mani, Jayasheel Maroli, Sujatha Shaktinagar, Vani, Radhika Bhatt, Harish Chandra Peradi, Prabhakar Brahmavara, and Prabhakar Acharya Moodubelle.

In an interview with Daijiworld, Swathi Shetty expressed her happiness at the success of 'Gauji Gammath' and the opportunity to work with veteran actors like Aravind Bolar and Devdas Kapikad. She is also excited about her upcoming projects, as she is currently working on two more films.




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