Shruti Haasan, who along with the cast and crew of Sundar C’s period dramatization “Sangamithra” strolled down the 70th Cannes International Film Festival has bowed out of the project. As per reports, Shruti, who was playing the female lead and had revealed her first look at Cannes, has bowed out of the project owing to disagreements with the makers.
Declaring the news, the movies’ presenters and distributors, Sri Thenandal Films, took to Twitter to share the news. They tweeted:
Due to unavoidable circumstances, we are unable to proceed working with Shruti Haasan in Sangamithra.
— Sri Thenandal Films (@ThenandalFilms) May 29, 2017
However, the buzz is that Shruti is furious with the way that the makers chosen to declare that it was their choice to end the association with the on-screen character. Conversing with a leading newspaper, Shruti’s representative told in spite of the extensive prep that she was undergoing for the part, Shruti to leave the project owing to the lack of a bound script.
The representative uncovered, “Knowing that it was a massive undertaking and a long commitment crossing more than two years, Shruti had hired one of the best battle combat trainers and started training, making sure to be ready in time to shoot. Despite her commitment to Sangamithra, she has needed to give the film a miss since she had not gotten a bound script nor a proper schedule.”
On the work front, Shruti Haasan is right now busy with the promotions of her upcoming Bollywood film, ‘Behen Hogi Teri ” alongside Rajkummar Rao. The on-screen character will likewise soon start prep for her upcoming Tamil-Telugu spy adventure, ‘Sabaash Naidu’, directed and produced by her dad Kamal Haasan.