Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Shruti Haasan as warrior princess

Shruti Haasan as warrior princess

Shruti Haasan is going to be seen as Sanghamitra a fierce warrior princess in the film. In the posters, Jayam Ravi is seen sailing, while Shruti is riding a horse and she seems ready for war. Sangamithra is a story which backpedals to 8th century AD, telling the hardships of Sangamithra, whose beauty is unbelievable, and her trip to save her kingdom. For the Shruti has also been training really hard in physical combat, and sword fighting to prepare for the warrior role. "After having martial arts as part of my life early on, sword fighting was a whole new experience which was physically and mentally engaging and exhilarating", Hassan said, IANS reported.

The makers will be releasing the war drama in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi and the film is reportedly being made with a budget of Rs 150 crore. "It feels special to be in this place at the beginning of my career". "The character is layered and I have been waiting for a long time to essay such a role". Academy Award-winning music composer AR Rahman is on the board to score the tunes. She was also joined by music director and Academy Award victor, A R Rahman at the Cannes 2017 red carpet as the entire team presented their trilingual magnum opus to the world!

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If you think it is just Deepika Padukone who has represented India's finesse at the Cannes Film Festival-then we present to you, Shruti Haasan.

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