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Shreya is Rajnikant's heroine in "Sivaji"

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Shreya

CHENNAI: The race for the heroine's slot in Rajnikant's next film `Sivaji' seems to have ended.

The industry was abuzz with names such as Aishwarya Rai, Trisha, Jothika and Nayanthara. But now it looks like it is going to be Shreya the lead lady of `Mazhai'.

The actor who made her debut in Kannada movies, shot into fame in Telugu cinema. She is now slated to pair with Tamil cinema's super star.

Only last week, when Chandramukhi's 200th day was celebrated, the super star himself spoke about it. He said "Everyone is asking why Rajnikant is bent on bringing Aishwarya Rai to his movie. Is he interested in dancing with her? We tried to make her act in "Padaiyappa", "Baba" and in "Chandramuki" too. But later on the important role in "Padaiyappa" went to Ramya Krishnan. If beauty had combined with acting talent, it would have been great," he had stated.

The music for the film will be rendered by A.R.Rahman, while K.V.Anand the national award winner will click the camera.

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