The horror-thriller is directed by Dil Sathya, a popular choreographer-turned-director.

Andrea to play cop in Dil Sathyas upcoming horror flick
Flix Kollywood Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 18:34

Last seen playing a pivotal role in Vetrimaaran’s Vada Chennai, actor-singer Andrea Jeremiah is all set to be seen donning khaki for the first time in her career in an upcoming Tamil horror-thriller directed by Dil Sathya, a popular choreographer-turned-director.

Talking about the film, Sathya told Times of India,“The film has a mix of action, horror and fantasy elements. Andrea has the look of a Hollywood heroine when she dons the khaki and I felt that she would be perfect for this film. KS Ravikumar will be seen as a police commissioner while Ashutosh Rana plays the antagonist.”

Sathya further added that Andrea’s character goes to investigate in a palace that is believed to be haunted. Andrea will be seen performing stunts without a body double in the film. The first schedule of the film has already been shot in Chennai and the second schedule begins in Kochi from today. The film also stars Manobala, Aadukalam Naren, Madhumita and popular Telugu comedian Ali in key roles.

Andrea has been having a good run with her choice of roles since last year. She hogged the limelight last year with her noteworthy performances in critically-acclaimed films Taramani and Thupparivaalan.

She recently signed a woman-centric thriller called Kaa, which was officially launched earlier this year in April. The film, to be directed by debutant Nanjil, will feature Andrea in the role of a wildlife photographer. The project has been in the pipeline for a long time and is finally getting made.

At the launch, Andrea said it's been worth the wait. To be entirely shot in a forest, the project will be shot in places such as Munnar, Western Ghats, Jharkhand and Andaman and Nicobar. Andrea will return to play her role in the second part of Vada Chennai, slated to go on the floors next year.

(Content provided by Digital Native)


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