Performing artist Disha Patani has supplanted Shruti Haasan as the lead in the upcoming Tamil Sangamitra. Disha on 21 October shared her energy about joining the venture on Twitter. “Really very excited for ‘Sangamitra’. Can’t wait to start shooting for this wonderful film,” Disha tweeted.
Earlier, Shruti Haasan walked out of the venture stating that she did not receive “a full bound script and a proper date calendar.” Producer Hema Rukmani of Thenandal Studios later said, “Shruti Haasan didn’t opt out. We decided that we could not work together effectively.”
This year, the whole Sangamitra group showed up at the Cannes Film Festival and exhibited their undertaking. Rukmani said, “We’ve received a lot of queries from Chinese and other distributors. Everyone has shown a lot of interest in the film.” In any case, as indicated by a few reports, not long after Haasan gave it up, the creators had moved towards Patani. Be that as it may, due to the pre-creation of the film, which incorporates perplexing craftsmanship outlining and set-up — enough to coordinate the eighth century setting of the story, the creators didn’t authoritatively report it.
Helmed by Sundar C and delivered by Sri Thenandal Films, the film will likewise be released in Telugu and Hindi. It will likewise star Jayam Ravi and Arya will have music by AR Rahman. The shooting for Sangamitra begins in December this year.
— Disha Patani (@DishPatani) October 21, 2017