Ash Takes Rajini's Animated Route to Mark her Comeback - The New Indian Express

Ash Takes Rajini's Animated Route to Mark her Comeback

Published: 17th February 2014 11:31 AM

Last Updated: 17th February 2014 11:31 AM

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who has been blissfully enjoying mommyhood so far is now planning her comeback with role that is said to be the most powerful one she has essayed so far. The actor, who debuted with Iruvar, is coming back to Kollywood with P Vasu’s new film, in an animated avatar.

Tentatively titled Aishwaryavum Aayiramm Kakkavumm, the movie is touted to be an animated thriller, in the same genre as Rajinikanth’s Kochadaiiyaan.

Vasu will be using animatronics, combined with extensive visual effects for the movie,  with animatronics experts from France are being hired for the special visual elements in the film.  Vasu had been working on the script for two and a half years, after successfully making Chandramukhi.

When Aishwarya  heard the complete narration of the script from P Vasu, she is said to have reacted positively and summarised her reactions in one expression — ‘Wow’. Aishwarya, who will be seen doing a lot of action scenes in the  movie, will be undergoing special training in stunts for the same.

Aishwarya, who will be seen doing a lot of action scenes in the movie, will be undergoing special training in stunts for the same.
In addition to be seen doing some rip-roaring action in the film, Ash will also have plenty of romance as she will have two heroes paired with her. None are confirmed yet.

The film will be shot in exotic hill station locations in North India, with portions being shot in Cambodia. There are plans of constructing several lavish sets too..

The film will be produced by K Ramesh of Global One Studios who produced the Priyamani starrer Chaarulatha, a bilingual film in Tamil and Telugu.

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