It’s been a traditional practice among the heroes to launch one of their films on their birthday. This time, a heroine will have her film out on hers.
Though there has been reports about the remake of Queen in Kannada going on floors, the team is finally making an official announcement on Parul Yadav’s birthday today. The remake titled
Butterfly will be directed by Ramesh Aravind, who is also helming the Telugu remake. “I feel like a Queen today for it is being launched on my birthday,” says Parul.
This project, which was to be produced by Thyagarajan, has now been taken over by another production company Mediente.
Parul says that Kangana has done a fantabulous job in Queen. “I don’t think I will do better, but I will do it differently and with the best of my best ability and in my way. There will be a five-day workshop before we go on floors. While we will shoot a few scenes in Bengaluru, the rest of the schedule will be in London,” she says.
The actress will have a girl-next-door get up, and she will change her hair colour to black to look like a small-town girl. “I might go deglam and wear simple clothes for that is what is required for the character,” she says.
Parul is excited to work with Ramesh Aravind. “He is the most sensible director in Sandalwood,” she says. “Somebody has to make me give my best performance and I am sure he will do full justice to that.”
As reported earlier, Amy Jackson will be part of the remakes in all south Indian languages. She will be reprising Lisa Haydon’s role in the Hindi film.