It's a wrap for Kajal Aggarwal's Paris Paris
All the four Queen remakes--in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada--are planned to be released simultaneously in October
The shooting of Kajal Aggarwal's Tamil remake of Queen, Paris Paris was wrapped yesterday in Europe. The film was shot simultaneously along with the other South Indian language remakes--Zam Zam (Malayalam), Butterfly (Kannada) and That is Mahalakshmi (Telugu).
Ramesh Aravind has helmed both Paris Paris and Butterfly. Bollywood composer Amit Trivedi will be making his debut in all the four South Indian languages through this film, which has songs choreographed by Bosco-Caeser and Ganesh Acharya.
Parul Yadav, the lead of Butterfly and the co-producer of the remakes says, "No one expected us to complete this project and looking back it was definitely a super brave move to take on such a complex project."
All the four language remakes are planned to be released simultaneously in October. While Zam Zam has Manjima Mohan playing the lead role, Tamannaah plays the titular role in That is Mahalakshmi.