Thiruvanathapuram, Feb 7: Actress Padmapriya has finally resolved the ongoing feud with Malayalam filmmaker M.A. Nishad after an open discussion.
Padma Priya was banned by the Producers Council Association of Kerala after Nishad complained against her and her manager for charging extra money during the shoot of "No 66 Madhura Bus".
Post-discussion, Padmapriya said both the parties have concluded that the inconvenience was caused due to misunderstanding and lack of communication and that the issue is resolved now.
Despite flops, Natasha's kitty full of movies
Though Natasha's first two movies - "Hide N Seek" and "Mandrikan" - flopped at the box office, she not only got appreciation for her performance in both the Malayalam movies, but also got more movie assignments.
Her next is "Call me @" and she has just completed the upcoming movie, in which she will be seen as an IT professional Priyamvada. It is being directed by Francis Thannikkal.
The actress has also signed another movie, director Thomas Benjamin's "Study Tour Batch 162".
'Sree Krishna Parunthu' sequel in the offing
Director V.K. Prakash is making a sequel to the hit movie "Sree Krishna Parunthu" and has titled it "Garuda Puranam".
The original depicted the story of a wicked person, who exposes the evil side of tantrics with black magic.
However, the sequel is a modern day story and it will see Anoop Menon in a double role.