Dulquer Salmaan marks his Tollywood debut, he play Gemini Ganesan in Keerthi Suresh starrer Savitri
Good news for Dulquer Salmaan fans! The actor is roped in a biopic of legendary actress Savitri. Now the Actor is playing role of another late legendary actor Gemini Ganesan in the Biopic. The late actress, who marked a name for herself in Tollywood Industry, will have a biopic which is directed by Nag Ashwin. Few major actresses are also lined up in the project like Keerthy Suresh, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Anushka Shetty and few more. There was a big debate on who would pay the role of legendry actress; finally by the end of the day it was Keerthi Suresh bagged it. The official announcement was made by Ramesh Bala. For the first time the Malayalam star actor will be a part of Tollywood film. Considering the actors talents, it would definitely be a worthy watch.
Keerthy and Dulquer’s roles have been finalized and also Samantha will also be the part of the film. As the reports suggest that she gonna play a journalist’s role by whom the entire story shall be narrated. The movie shall likely be titled Mahanati in Telugu and Nadigaiyar Thilagam in Tamil. As per reports, Dulquer might be joining the cast of the film on May 10, in Hyderabad. It’s going to be a collective cast with various celebrities from different industries presence in the film. The characters of Ganesan and Savitri’s roles have finalized. The makers are in the plan to confirm the remaining cast for the characters of NTR, Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Jamuna.
It was rumoured earlier that Sam might play the role of Savitri’s contemporary Jamuna. Whatever, the makers had changed their mind. Perhaps Baahubali actress Anushka Shetty might bag the role. Presently, intense research is going on this project as it’s a period drama set in 1980s. The music for the film is given by Mickey J. Meyer. The film surely is going on to be exciting to see an ensemble cast working on a biopic. The film will be released in both Telugu and Tamil. The biopic is produced by Vyjayanthi Films.