The mallu beauty Samantha, who is basking in glory, thanks to the success of her latest release, the Sukumar directed Ramcharan starrer Rangasthalam, which has grossed more than 150 crores and has also become Samantha's 8th 100 crores grosser of her career, is currently working on an exciting project.
This movie is none other than most expected and much delayed Telugu / Tamil remake of the 2015 Kannada supernatural thriller U turn and is directed by the maker of the original, Pawan Kumar himself. While the team had begun shooting a month ago, they have been joined by another important member recently.
Yesteryear heroine Bhumika Chawla, who made a return to films after a break, with the 2017 Christmas release Nani starrer MCA Middle class Abbayi has joined the team U turn today, at Hyderabad. The movie has her playing a spirit vying for revenge and also stars Aadhi Pinisetty, Narain, and Rahul Ravindran.
When will 'Mohini' Digital version Release? Trisha who is on cloud nine with the success of 'Hey Jude' is still upset as her last release in her mother tongue Tamil came in the year 2016. She never had any releases in 2017 and despite having 7 projects under her kitty, none of them are able to get a release even in 2018.
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