When Bollywood actresses come together for a film, they often spark rumours of catfights. But looks like the contemporary actresses are in a much secured place and they have been lending a helping hand to their co-actresses. Shruti Haasan, who is a popular actress down South and in Bollywood, has lend her voice for a romantic song in the upcoming film Tevar starring Sonakshi Sinha.
In the recent trend of many actresses turning singers for their films (Shraddha Kapoor, Alia Bhatt), Shruti Haasan, however, is not a part of the cast in the film but has only sung a song. The music directed Sajid-Wajid believe that Shruti has a fresh voice which suited the mood of the song and hence had decided to rope in the actress to sing. On the other hand, we hear that Sonakshi Sinha had no qualms over this decision and was rather happy about Shruti being a part of it.
Tevar is a remake of a Telugu blockbuster Okkadu starring Mahesh Babu, Bhumika Chawla and Prakash Raj. However the Bollywood version will see Sonakshi Sinha playing the female lead along with Arjun Kapoor and Manoj Bajpayee. Interestingly, Arjun Kapoor plays the role of a young Kabbadi player in the film.
This will be the first time Arjun Kapoor will be joining hands with his family as the film is produced by his uncle Sanjay Kapoor, with his father Boney Kapoor supervising the whole process. Tevar is slated to release on January 9, 2015.