The expectations involving Sunny Leone’s VEERAMADEVI has been rocketing to magnificent levels from the moment it was announced.
The high-caliber making sneak peeks with a monstrous budget of 100-Cr had added the heraldic arms of enchantment to this project. It’s been so much evidence that Ponse Stephen of Steeves Corner has burnt the candles at both ends to ensure that grandeur isn’t compromised to any extent. On par with such surpassing richness, the V.C. Vadivudaiyan’s directorial flick featuring sensational Sunny Leone in lead role is simultaneously made in 5 different languages at the same time.
Sunny Leone is rendering an impeccable groundwork in gaining command over the Tamil language. The film boasts prominent star-cast across Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Telugu film industry including Nasser. The war sequences that are expected to be one of the greatest cherry-picks of this film is being shot using horses and elephants that are computed from a different part of Tamil Nadu, Andhra, Karnataka, and Kerala. The actors are being nurtured with heavy level practice to shoot for this sequence.
Sunny Leone’s majestic attires will reflect the Indian cultural and traditional ethnicity, which are being designed in Mumbai. With grand set works erected in Ramoji Film City and locations tented at deepest thick forests of Kerala, the war sequences are being shot in top-notch quality.
Not to miss the most exalted CG works that are produced by the finest experts across India and Canada. The man behind unparalleled CG and Animation works in Hollywood’s celebrated ‘The Lord of The Rings’, ‘Gods of Egypt’ is working as Executive Producer of this department in this movie. Around 40Cr budget has been spent upon the CG works for this film, which is definitely to offer a sumptuous delight for the global audiences.
Brimming with such saliently luxurious factors, the first look of VEERAMADEVI is unveiled today.
On touching base with Sunny she stated, “ I always wanted to portray a character of playing a princess warrior and this film gave me the opportunity to do so. I have learned a lot while shooting this, right from horse riding to sword fighting and the role and the movie has a lot to offer to the audience .”
— STEEVE'S CORNER (@steevescorner) May 18, 2018