Trisha Krishnan As Princess Kundavai: At present, South’s films dominate. Movies like Pushpa, KGF and RRR have proved this with their stellar performances at the box office. In the midst of this growing interest in South Industry, now another film is ready to rock. We are talking about Mani Ratnam’s upcoming film ‘Ponniyin Selvan’.
Makers are introducing the character of this film one by one. Along with Vikram, Karthi, the look of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has also been revealed, which is being liked by the fans. In this episode, a new name is associated with Trisha Krishnan.
Playing the character of Princess Kundvai
The makers of ‘Ponniyin Selvan’ have introduced the character of Trisha by releasing a new poster of the film. Trisha is looking very beautiful in the royal look. The makers have introduced her as the courageous lady princess Kundavai. Sharing the poster on Twitter, the makers wrote, ‘In the world of men, a courageous woman … Presents Princess Kundavai.’
In a world of men, a woman of courage. Presenting Princess Kundavai! #PS1 releasing in theaters on 30th September in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada!@MadrasTalkies_ #ManiRatnam @arrahman pic.twitter.com/eoJOkSkegl
— Lyca Productions (@LycaProductions) July 7, 2022
Ponniyin Selvan is releasing on 30 September in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam as well as Hindi. Film makers are busy in its promotion with their lives. To create an atmosphere of curiosity among the people, the looks of all the characters are being revealed one by one. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s look as Rani Nandini is being liked by the audience.
The film is based on Kalki Krishnamurthy’s novel
It is being said that this film of Mani Ratnam is around the 10th century, which is made on a budget of 500 crores. The film will be released in two parts and both the parts are being shot simultaneously. Many strong actors like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Vikram, Trisha Krishnan, Karthi along with Prakash Raj, Shobhita and Dhulipala will be seen in the film. The film is based on the 1995 novel Ponnian Selvan by Kalki Krishnamurthy.