Samantha Akkineni‘s fans are in for a major treat with three of her movies opened for consecutive discharges. Reports rolling in from the tinsel town are that Irumbu Thirai, a Tamil film in which she is combined inverse Vishal, is booked for discharge on March 29 and around the same time, the multi-lingual – Mahanati/Nadigayar Thilagam will likewise be out.
The following day, her fans will get the chance to see her in Rangasthalam in which she will share the screen space with the Tollywood star Ram Charan.
Irumbu Thirai highlights Samantha Ruth Prabhu as the lead champion, denoting her first-time relationship with Vishal and Action King Arjun is playing the rival in the film.
Coordinated by PS Mithran, the film is delivered by Vishal under his flag Vishal Film Factory. Yuvan Shankar Raja has created music for this wander with George wrenching the camera and Ruben altering it.
Mahanati/Nadigayar Thilagam is a biopic on the amazing on-screen character Savitri. Coordinated by Nag Ashwin, the film has Samantha playing a journo and the film is told from her point of view.
Bankrolled under the pennant Vyjayanthi Movies it has Mickey J Meyer creating music with cinematographer Dani Sanchez-Lopez turning the camera.
In Rangasthalam, she is combined inverse Ram Charan Teja without precedent for her profession. The movie is coordinated by Sukumar and created by Naveen Yerneni, Y Ravi Shankar and Mohan Cherukuri under the pennant Mythri Movie Makers. Devi Sri Prasad has made music for this flick with R Rathnavelu using the camera and Navin Nooli altering.
With three of her movies preparing for discharge, Samantha is prepared to join the arrangements of the U Turn redo. This Kannada motion picture will be made in Tamil and Telugu and Pawan Kumar, who had coordinated the first, will employ the