Anushka Shetty, who stayed away from signing new movies after she gained weight post Baahubali series, is now back in an all-new look.
The actress, who has shed weight and now looks super fit and slim, is on a signing spree. She is currently part of Silence, a multilingual, directed by Hemant Madhukar.
The movie starring Madhavan, Anjali, and Shalini Pandey is a multilingual and will be released in Tamil, Telugu and other south Indian languages.
In the meantime, there is a buzz that she will be seen playing the lead role in the south Indian remake of Spanish thriller Julia’s Eyes. The flick will be directed in Tamil and Telugu by Kabir Lal, it is said.
Julia’s Eyes (Spanish: Los ojos de Julia) is a 2010 Spanish thriller film directed by Guillem Morales and written by Morales and Oriol Paulo. It was produced by Guillermo del Toro, Joaquín Padró and Mar Targarona.
Guillermo del Toro worked a second time as producer for a Spanish genre production and co-produced the film with Joaquín Padró and Mar Targarona for Rodar y Rodar Cine y Televisión. The film starred Belén Rueda and Lluís Homar. Guillem Morales wrote the screenplay co-authored with Oriol Paulo. The film was co-financed by Focus Features International.
The score was created by Barcelona based film composer Fernando Velázquez. The film premiered on 20 October 2010 in Spain. It was released in the United Kingdom as Julia’s Eyes by Optimum Releasing. In Australia it was released as Julia’s Eyes by Umbrella Entertainment on 2 June 2011.