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Sangamithra synopsis revealed

The widely anticipated period film, seen as Tamil Nadu's answer to Baahubali, had submitted its plot synopis at Cannes 2017

Published: 17th May 2017

Sangamithra, Tamil Nadu's answer to SS Rajamouli's magnum opus Bahubali, is a period film starring Shruti Hassan, Arya and Jayam Ravi that has already created a lot of expectations. The film, directed by Sundar C has Oscar winning composer AR Rahman working on the music. Produced by Thenandal films, the film has its international premiere at Cannes 2017, and as is the tradition, the synopsis was filed at the festival. Read on...

Sangamithra is a tale which goes back to the 8th century AD, telling the trials and tribulations of the protagonist Sangamithra, whose beauty is unparalleled, and her journey to save her kingdom. It is a story of many kingdoms, many equations, many relationships, told in an ambitious, larger than life, visually extravagant manner. Sangamithra is aimed at being the crown jewel of Tamil films, an ode to the oldest language in the world. While this is a piece of fiction, there are unexplored chapters in India's ancient history which will be opened through Sangamithra in the most visually beautiful manner. Sangamithra is a film which will be told in two parts.

This makes for exciting reading as Tamil film viewers have long yearned for the silver screen to represent the rich Tamil culture and it seems that their wishes will be granted with Sangamithra

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