Aditi Rao Hydari cast in bilingual film Maha Samudram, also starring Sharwanand and Siddharth

Maha Samudram will mark Siddharth's return to Telugu cinema after Jabardasth in 2013.

FP Staff October 12, 2020 12:18:25 IST
Aditi Rao Hydari cast in bilingual film Maha Samudram, also starring Sharwanand and Siddharth

Aditi Rao Hydari, last seen in Nani's Telugu thriller Vhas boarded the cast of upcoming Tamil and Telugu bilingual film Maha Samudram. She will share screen space with Sharwanand and Siddharth in the Ajay Bhupathi (of RX 100-fame) directorial.

The film was announced by AK Entertainments on 18 September and is expected to go on floors in November, writes India Today. The makers were earlier considering either Samantha Akkineni or Sai Pallavi to take on the role, and Naga Chaitanya for one of the male leads.

The banner shared the update on social media

Hydari is currently shooting for a Tamil film Hey Sinamika featuring Dulquer Salmaan. She is also a part of an untitled period drama with John Abraham, Arjun Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh. Set in 1947, it is a love story spanning across generations and follows the aftermath of the Partition.

Maha Samudram will mark Siddharth's return to Telugu cinema after Jabardasth in 2013.

Updated Date:

also read

Nandita Desai's ode to abandoned houses
Arts & Culture

Nandita Desai's ode to abandoned houses

Artist Nandita Desai evokes nostalgia through her upcoming art show 'The Stone and the Brick' from 13-19 March at Jehangir Art Gallery.

Fan lands at Rihanna's house to ask for her hand in marriage, arrested for trespassing
Entertainment

Fan lands at Rihanna's house to ask for her hand in marriage, arrested for trespassing

A report by TMZ says the man travelled from South Carolina to Rihanna's Los Angeles home where she was with her baby boy when the incident occurred.

Iratta movie review: Just when you think Joju George cannot get any better, he does
Entertainment

Iratta movie review: Just when you think Joju George cannot get any better, he does

Iratta’s slamdunker of an ending makes it a searing study of consequences, extending far beyond the notions of action and reaction commonly explored in cinema.