The film titled 'Jhansi' is touted to be heroine centric.

Actor Raai Laxmi signs new Kannada project after 5 years
Flix Sandalwood Friday, August 03, 2018 - 12:24
Written by  Digital Native

Raai Laxmi’s last outing was the Bollywood flick Julie 2, which did not do too well at the box office. While she has a slew of films in different languages, the actor has signed a new film in Sandalwood. Interestingly, she this her first film in Kannada after a gap of five years. Her last release in the Kannada film industry was Attahasa, a film based on the life of the notorious forest brigand Veerappan. It was directed by AMR Ramesh and Raai Laxmi shared the screen space with Arjun Sarja and Vijayalakshmi.

The actor has inked a new deal in Kannada and this project will be directed by PVS Guruparsad and bankrolled by Rajesh Kumar. Titled as Jhansi, the film is touted to be heroine centric. According to reports, Raai Laxmi will be playing a bold woman fighting injustices in the society. Being a performace oriented role, she hopes to score big with Jhansi.

Raai Laxmi has three Malayalam films in her kitty right now and in different stages of production. The shooting of he next titled Oru Kuttanadan Blog with  megastar Mammootty is currently underway directed by Sethu. In the film she plays a modern girl named Sreejaya. She grew up in Krishnapuram, where the story takes place, but left the place when she was 12 years old. After many years she comes from Mumbai.

He another film titled Arabian Safari has reached the post production mode. And then she has the Untitled Mohanlal-Bhadran Film as well which will start rolling soon. Apart from the Malayalam film, she has a couple of Tamil projects as well. Both Neeya 2 and Yaar are currently in the making and its release dates are likely to be announced soon.

The actor made her acting debut with the Tamil film Karka Kasadara way back in 2005 and has acted in several films in different languages including Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi.

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