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Aishwarya Rai is back to acting, in P Vasu's new film

Aishwarya Rai and Rajini's blockbuster director plan a biggie

Feb 16, 2014
After the great success of 'Chandramukhi', P.Vasu has been scripting a story for two and a half years. In addition to strong emotions, comedy and sentiment of which he is a master, P.Vasu will be using animatronics combined with extensive visual effects in this film, the title for which will be revealed at the appropriate time.
With a unique storyline being attempted for the first time in Indian Cinema, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will portray a powerful role, never seen before. 'Aishwaryavum Aayiram Kaakavum' is the film's current working title. 

Major visual effects companies are being considered for doing the extensive digital effects in this film. Animatronics experts from France are being hired for the special visual elements in this film.
When Aishwarya Rai heard the complete narration of the script from P.Vasu, she summarised all her reactions in one expression “Wow”. This will be a Tamil - Telugu bilingual. 

The chief technicians such as Cinematographer, Music Director, Art Director, Action Director, Editor and all other crew will be among the best in the Indian film Industry. 
This film will be shot in exotic hill station locations in North India with portions being shot in Cambodia and on lavish sets to be specially constructed for this film. 

Aishwarya Rai will undergo special stunt training as she has a number of actions scenes in this film. With talks of her being a part of Mani Ratnam's next film too, looks like Aish is set to make a full-fledged comeback to the industry post her marriage and motherhood.

Two top heroes are to be paired opposite Aishwarya Rai and talks are in progress for the same. The film is to be produced by K.Ramesh of Global One Studios that produced the Priyamani starrer "Chaarulatha”.


Aishwarya Rai is back to acting, in P Vasu's new film

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