Tapsee Pannu in Nagashekhar's Next

Published: 08th June 2015 07:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th June 2015 07:58 AM   |  A+A-

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Tapsee Pannu.jpgAfter having worked with Nithya Menen in Mynaa, director Nagashekhar wants to have Tapsee Pannu for his next film to be made in four languages. He had gone to Chennai along with producer KP Srikanth of RS Productions when he narrated the script to Tapsee. The actress who has been on the wish list of many, is quite thrilled with the story and has given it a green signal. “It was only Tapsee for me right from the scripting stage. Thankfully, she liked the story and wants to work in the film. It will now be taken further by the producer who will be discussing the rest of the things. The best part is that even RS productions are keen to have her in this film,” says Nagashekhar.

The film will have Tapsee in all the four languages. Interestingly, Chetan, who has been roped for the Kannada version will also be debuting in Malayalam. “My next step is to choose a hero who can be part of the Telugu and Tamil project. I would like to have either Siddharth or Dulquer Salman. I will be leaving for Chennai again to talk about my film to Siddharth. I hope to see one of them on board,” he says.

The film to roll in September has been titled as Ethirgalam in Tamil and Appadappadu in Telugu while he is still searching for a good title for the Kannada and Malayalam versions. “My first job was to have Tapsee in my film, which is done. I am now in the process of finalising the technicians for the film. I am carefully choosing the cinematographer and the music director. We want somebody who will fit in all languages,” he says.


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