We can call Vidya Balan among the most versatile actresses in B Town today. She has just completed the shoot of her film based on maths wizard Shakuntala Devi. With her biopic coming the next, we now hear from some sources that The Dirty Picture actress is now gearing up for her next project based on tigress Avni. She will be playing the role of a forest officer who claimed the sources close to the actress.
As per reports, the film will talk about the controversial killing of the tigress Avni, who made news for becoming a man-eater around two years before. The reports suggested that the Maharastra tigress ate not less than 13 humans. As per reports, Vikram Malhotra is producing this film under the banner called Abundantia Entertainment, while it revolves around the killing of Avni and the controversy surrounding the same. The tigress got killed in a dramatic way leaving the country divided upon it.
If sources are to be believed, the makers were looking for a strong actress to play this role and they have zeroed Vidya Balan for it. They have worked earlier with Vidya with the said biopic that got wrapped up of late. This will be an interesting role for the actress which she has not done earlier. As per reports, the lady would start this film once she would see her biopic releasing on the screens. Stay tuned to know more about it only with us. And let us know what do you say about it.
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