Gone were the days of male-centric movies. Today, every film industry in India is making woman-oriented films and tasting success. Actresses are not just restricted to skin shows or running-around-the-trees kind of roles. As a result, we are witnessing a lot of experiments made on author-backed female subjects with all necessary contents. To name a few, Arundhati, The Dirty Picture, and Kahaani have set a new trend in the recent years.
Thanks to actresses dedication and their willingness to go an extra mile to give perfection to their roles. The interesting part of the development is that female star are ready to flex muscles like a brave warrior in the battle field, and chop off the heads of enemies in films that were part of hero-centric films all these years. The first one among them to take up the challenge is Shriya Saran, who has learnt Kalari fight and wielded the sword in forthcoming bilingual movie Chandra.
Shriya Saran will be seen in the role of a princess and there are quite a few action sequences in the movie. Taking an inspiration from her, Anushka Shetty has now decided to wave sword in her forthcoming bilingual movie Rani Rudrammadevi. To play the part of the 13th century queen of the Kakatiya dynasty, she is undergoing special training in traditional martial arts and horse riding.
Like Shriya and Anushka, Priyamani is also preparing for a powerful warrior in forthcoming movie Chandi. She is being trained in sword fighting and archery by the action director. Last but not least, Amala Paul has also wielded the sword for her forthcoming movie Iddarammayilatho starring Allu Arjun. She has done some Ninja moves in the film.