After wooing the audience with her roles in Sanam Re, Great Grand Masti, Pagalpanti and many more films in Bollywood, Urvashi Rautela will now make her Tamil debut along side the legendary actor Saravanan. The details and the title of the film have been kept under wraps. Urvashi will be seen playing the role of a microbiologist and an IITian in the big-budget, sci-fi film. And it would surprise you to know that Urvashi has charged a bomb for her Tamil debut which has now made her one of the highest-paid actresses in the Tamil film industry.
“Urvashi Rautela has charged a humongous amount of 10 crores for the mega-budget film, becoming one of the highest-paid actresses in the Tamil film industry,” a source close to Urvashi said.
When Deepika Padukone made her Tamil big-screen debut in 2014 film with Kochadaiiyaan in 2014 alongside Rajnikanth, it was reported that she had charged Rs 3 crore for two days of shoot. Priyanka Chopra Jones had also made her Tamil debut Tamizhan back in 2002.
Earlier, there were rumours that Alia Bhatt might be seen in the upcoming untitled film. However, the rumours were trashed after Urvashi came on board and began shooting for the film. On the other hand, Urvashi will also make her Telugu debut in Black Rose. The first look is already out and needless to say she dazzled in it.
Urvashi had made her debut in Bollywood with Singh Saab The Great. She was last seen in the web film Virgin Bhanupriya. She will be next seen in the web series Inspector Avinash alongside Randeep Hooda.
She will also be seen romancing Punjabi singer Guru Randhawa in their upcoming song, Mar Jayenge. She will also feature in her first international debut music video Versace with the Egyptian actor Mohammed Ramadan. She has earlier done music videos such as Love Dose, Bijli Ki Taar, Teri Load Ve, and the most recent one Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhaagi Si.
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