Dhanshika, who started her career with Peranmai, has been lucky to bag movies with biggies! After garnering accolades for period flicks like Aravaan and Bala’s Paradesi, her big ticket to stardom is Pa Ranjith’s Kabali, where she will be seen in the crucial role of Rajinikanth’s daughter. After she became a devotee of Sai Baba, she has rechristened herself as Sai Dhanshika.
Now, the dusky actress has been roped in for a female-centric movie named Rani, where she portrays the titular role. Once again like Kabali, the movie directed by Bani, co-director of National Award-winner Samuthirakani, will be shot mostly in Malaysia.
The film, which went on floors recently in Tiruvannamalai, has maestro Ilaiyaraaja scoring the music. Kumaran, who did films like Dhanush’s Thanga Magan, will be behind the camera.
Dhanshika says that she is excited to have bagged a heroine-centric flick. “I feel I am in the best phase of my career. I am getting fascinating offers with varied shades.” She adds, “I have fallen in love with doing stunts myself as I have a trained to get a suitable physique. Without doing workouts, my days are incomplete,” she quips.