Not only in traditional attire, Nithya looks equally beautiful in Western outfits. A few weeks ago, Nithya shared a couple of photos where she slipped into a lime yellow full-sleeve printed dress with a thigh-high slit. The actress opted for a no-makeup look, left her curly hair open and summed up her look with a pair of silver hoops and white flats.
Meanwhile Nithya Menen made her acting debut as a child artist with the 1988 film Hanuman. Later in 2008, she made her debut in the lead role in the malayalam drama film Aakasha Gopuram. It was written and directed by KP Kumaran and received positive responses from both critics and the audience. After this, Nithya has never looked back. She has worked in popular films like Nootrenbadhu/180, Thalsamayam Oru Penkutty, JK Enum Nanbanin Vaazhkai, Kotigobba 2/Mudinja ivana Pudi, and Thiruchitrambalam, to name a few. Nithya was recently seen in the malayalam drama film Kolaambi, written and directed by TK rajeev Kumar. The film also featured Renji Panicker, Rohini, Sijoy Varghese and Dileesh Potha in important roles. Kolaambi was selected for indian Panorama at the 50th international Film festival of India, Goa, held from november 20 to 28.
In the photo, the Aakasha Gopuram actress is seen wearing a red and golden printed saree, which she teamed with a matching embellished blouse. Nithya chose minimal makeup, including perfectly brown, smokey eyes and nude lips. She tied her hair in a middle-part bun and added a matha patti. She rounded off her look with a minimal necklace set and a red bindi. The photographs went viral in no time. Seeing the post, one of the users commented, “Gorgeous.” Another said, “Beauty Queen.” Many showered red heart emojis in the comment box.