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Disha Patani is all set to make her debut in the Tamil film industry. Wikimedia
  • Sangamithra is a tale set in 8th century AD.
  • The film will be directed by filmmaker Sundar C.

Disha Patani will make her debut in Tamil film industry with ‘Sangamithra’

Bollywood actress Disha Patani who was last seen with Sushant Singh Rajput in MS Dhoni : The Untold Story will now make her debut in Tamil film industry with the movie Sangamithra. Previously, makers were interested in casting Shruti Hassan for the lead role but she walked out of the project due to some untold reasons.

The movie is set in 8th century AD and will portray the life of Sanghmithra and her efforts to protect her kingdom. Film production team is closely working on creating the 8th-century backdrop and the costumes for the movie.

Along with Disha Patani, Tamil actors Arya and Jayam Ravi will also be seen in the important roles in Sangamithra. Disha has confirmed about her role in Sangamithra on social media-

The actress seems quite excited to make her debut in Tamil film industry with the movie Sangamithra directed by filmmaker Sundar C.

-prepared by Pragya Mittal of NewsGram | Twitter @PragyaMittal05


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