Samantha Ruth Prabhu starts dubbing for her upcoming movie MERSAL starring Vijay

Touted to be mass entertainer, MERSAL will have Vijay playing triple roles in it and Samantha Ruth Prabhu will be one of the leading ladies in the film.

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Actress Samantha Ruth Prabhu, who will soon enter wedlock with her beau Akkineni Naga Chaitanya, has couple of big-ticket films up her sleeve. Samantha will appear in Telugu film Raju Gari Gadhi 2 and will also be seen alongside Thalapathy Vijay in his upcoming film MERSAL. Touted to be mass entertainer, MERSAL will have Vijay playing triple roles in it and Samantha Ruth Prabhu will be one of the leading ladies in the film. Besides Sam, MERSAL also features Nithya Menen and Kajal Agarwal in other leading roles.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu has now started dubbing for her portions in MERSAL which is gearing up for a Diwali release. The actress took to her social networking page to confirm this development. The episodes between Samantha and Vijay are said to be breezy which includes a romantic number – NEETHANAE – which is already released by the makers. The song has already become a hit and is being said to be one of the best romantic numbers of this season. The music of MERSAL is composed by A.R. Rahman will be teaming up with actor Vijay for the third time, previous two being Udhaya and Azhagiya Tamil Magan.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu starts dubbing for her upcoming movie MERSAL starring Vijay

Directed by Atlee, MERSAL is also said to have Jallikattu connection which was revealed in the teaser that was released recently by the makers. The story of MERSAL is penned down by Baahubali writer K. Vijayendra Prasad, making it more exciting for the fans of Vijay. MERSAL is being produced by Sri Thenandal Films and will be their 100th film as producers.

    Anonymous

    Wow even Sam, Sai Pallavi are dubbing back to back, how bout Anushka Shetty?! She needs to try at least once in her career. Simply body language alone is not worth it.

    Anonymous

    I’m happy she’s dubbing for her Tamil films. She can speak the language, and what more, its adding more authenticity to her performances, unlike in Telugu, where Chinmayi’s face comes to mind.

    Anonymous

    God!! Why don’t dey use chinmayi…not a fan of her voice nd accent..

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