Cannes 2017 is extra special for multitalented actress Shruti Haasan, Jayam Ravi and Arya as the first look poster of their upcoming mega budget film "Sangamithra" was released at this film festival.More news: Nottingham Forest confirm takeover by Greek consortium
The film stars Shruti Haasan in the title role, Jayam Ravi and Arya as chief male protagonists, which is directed by Sundar C and is produced by Thenandal Studios. Thendral Films is the production house backing up the project. Shruti Haasan who plays the warrior queen in this historical is looking ominous in the first poster.More news: Would the House really need to vote again on health care?
In addition to Hassan, other Bollywood beauties including Deepika Padukone, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and Sonam Kapoor were also spotted at the Cannes Film Festival 2017. Sabu Cyril will be the art director for this film. The feature film will be split into two parts and is now in pre-production, with principal photography set to commence later this summer. It is expected to give tough competition to SS Rajamouli's Baahubali 2. Set in the 8th century, the film is all about Princess Sangamithra (Shruti Haasan) and how she saves her kingdom.More news: USA 'democracy is at risk' - lawmaker wants Trump impeached
The makers of Sanghamitra are now busy with the promotions of the film at Cannes International Film Festival. For the Shruti has also been training really hard in physical combat, and sword fighting to prepare for the warrior role. Oscar-winning composer A R Rahman will do the music for the movie.
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