Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has joined back the sets of the movie in Puducherry. She plays dual roles in Mani Ratnam’s upcoming magnum opus Ponniyin Selvan. The first part of the film is expected to hit the screens in 2022.
- Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has resumed shooting for Ponniyin Selvan.
- To complete her part in the movie, she joined the crew in Puducherry.
- A new poster was unveiled this week, and the first part of the movie will be released in 2022.
- During the 10th and 11th centuries, Arulmozhivarman was one of the Chola kings.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who plays two roles in Mani Ratnam’s next magnum opus Ponniyin Selvan, returned to the set on Wednesday in Puducherry, where the film is currently being shot.
According to rumors, Aishwarya Rai has resumed filming on the project. She joined the cast and crew in Puducherry to finish her part in the film.
Aishwarya Rai has joined the sets, according to a report by Sify.com.
The creators published a new poster earlier this week, announcing that the first installment of Ponniyin Selvan will be released in 2022.
Arulmozhivarman, one of the Chola dynasty’s monarchs during the 10th and 11th centuries, is told in Ponniyin Selvan, authored by Kalki. It’s worth noting that filmmaker Mani Ratnam has been aiming to develop a film adaptation of Ponniyin Selvan for quite some time.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is expected to play Nandini, the wife of Periya Pazhuvettaraiyar (played by Telugu actor Mohan Babu), and her mute mother, Queen Mandakini Devi, in the film. Aishwarya is reportedly ecstatic about the prospect of playing two roles and leaped at the chance when it was presented to her.
Lyca Productions is putting a lot of money into the project. Karthi, Vikram, Jayam Ravi, Trisha, and Aishwarya Lekshmi appear in the film, including AR Rahman music.
In January of last year, the film’s title poster was unveiled. The film began production in Thailand, where a large amount of the film was shot.
The poster depicts a sword with a golden hilt that bears the Chola kingdom’s symbol as well as the phrase “Beginning of the Golden Era.”