Elli AvrRam and Shibani Dandekar replace Amy Jackson in the southern remake of Kangana Ranaut’s Queen

Amy had walked out of the film citing creative differences and non-availability of dates. Related News
Shibani Dandekar is excited to shoot Queen remakes, says she ‘can’t wait’2.0 star Amy Jackson quits Queen south remakes for Supergirl2.0 audio launch: Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, AR Rahman and others set the stage on fire. Starring Tamannaah Bhatia, Kajal Aggarwal, Manjima Mohan and Parul Yadav in the lead in their respective languages, the film will be sequentially be shot at various locations adding a tinge of the southern element to it. “For Amy to say that it didn’t work out creatively is completely wrong as she didn’t meet any of the two directors who are making these 4 movies.”
The makers of the film will be kickstarting their first schedule in France. The Tamil remake of the film is titled ‘Paris Paris’ and stars, Kajal Aggarwal in the lead. The first two posters of the film were released last month with Kajal Aggarwal looking absolutely drop dead gorgeous in her new look while the other poster gave a short virtual tour around the most romantic city in the world, Paris. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App See photos, videosElli AvrRam has been cast in the Tamil and Kannada remakes of Hindi entertainer Queen, while Shibani Dandekar has been zeroed in for its Telugu and Malayalam versions. The producer says they will lend “freshness” to the movies. We had planned on Amy Jackson initially, but it became clear that the character demanded a specific look and feel. Earlier, Amy Jackson was to play essay Lisa Haydon’s role from the original Queen in all its four southern versions. 2017-11-01T16:32:54+00:00″>
Updated: November 1, 2017 4:32 pm

Elli AvrRam and Shibani Dadekar replace Amy Jackson in the remake of Kangana Ranaut’s Queen. “Elli AvrRam and Shibani Dandekar will bring the much-required freshness to the movies”. He is upset over Amy’s claims. Producer Manu Kumaran said in a statement: “We have made several changes to the script and the films are going to be different in each language.