After receiving critical acclaim for her performance in Tamil period-drama Paradesi, Southern actress Vedhika Kumar has signed another period romance Kaaviya Thalaivan in the same language as she is not afraid of being typecast.
"I take it as a compliment because I don't think anybody is bothered about such trivial things nowadays," Vedhika told IANS. "I'm not afraid of being typecast because I believe period films are not easy to play. If I've been chosen again for a period flick, then probably I have the ability to pull off such roles," she added.
She is paired with Siddharth Suryanarayan in Kaaviya Thalaivan, which is being directed by National award-winning Tamil director Vasanthabalan.
The movie is said to be based on the real life relationship between singers KB Sundarambal and SG Kittappa. Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman has been roped in to score music for the movie. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...