The film, which will be the actress' 300th, will be released in four languages of Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.
Sridevi to dub in four languages for Ravi Udyawar's Mom
24 May 2017 15:15 IST
Actress Sridevi is all set for the release of her next, Mom. The film will see the actress play the role of a mother trying to find her daughter. Incidentally, the film will also be the actress's 300th project since her debut in 1969.
The actress began working as a child artiste in the Tamil movie, Thunaivan (1969), has, over the years worked in different language films.
As a special gesture, Sridevi's producer husband Boney Kapoor has decided to release Mom on the same date her debut film released in 1969, i.e 7 July.
The team has announced that the film will be releasing nationwide on 7 July 2017 in four different languages namely Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and Malayalam and that the actress will dub in all the languages herself.
“Sridevi has decided to dub the film in her voice in all the four languages. The actress, who started out as a child artiste, has been a part of movies in all the aforementioned languages for five decades now,” says a source.
Starring Sridevi, Akshaye Khanna and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, the film has been directed by Ravi Udyawar, with music by AR Rahman.