UR Jameel, a debutant and a former associate of director Lakshman, will be directing this film.

Hansika to play the main lead in her 50th film
Flix Kollywood Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 16:20

Hansika Motwani’s 50th film has been launched with the actor unveiling the first look herself! Titled Maha, Hansika will be seen playing the lead. Wielding the megaphone for this venture will be UR Jameel, a debutant and a former associate of director Lakshman, who has directed films such as Romeo and Juliet and Bogan.

Interestingly, Hansika played the leading lady in both these projects and apparently, it was on the sets of Bogan, Jameel impressed the former with a one-line story. Incidentally, Maha will be the first-ever woman-centric film in Hansika’s acting career and she is thoroughly excited about it.

On Hansika doing the main lead in Maha, its director had said in a media statement, “The basic ingredients of a princess are charm, cuteness, and being courteous. Hansika is blessed with these qualities. She possesses the promise to hold the commercial market of the industry for some time from now on.”

The rest of the cast and crew are yet to be revealed. The technical crew includes Ghibran for music and Madhan Karky for lyrics.   

Hansika began this year with the Kalyaan directorial Gulaebaghavali in which she was paired opposite Prabhu Deva. She is currently expecting the release of Thuppaki Munai, which will be out at the theatres this month.

Her other projects include Atharvaa’s 100 which is currently being filmed. Last year, she made her Malayalam debut with Mohanlal’s Villain, in which she played a character with grey shades.

Hansika has been roped in to play politician Jayaprada in the  upcoming biopic of NTR. The biopic, which is Balayya’s dream project, is scheduled for release next January and will be released in two parts - NTR â€“ Kathanayakudu on January 9 and NTR â€“ Mahanayakudu in February.

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