Aishwarya Rajesh Reveals The First Look Of Her Upcoming Short Film 8.1.25

The upcoming short movie 8.1.25, first look shared by Aishwarya Menon on social media

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Aishwarya Rajesh Reveals The First Look Of Her Upcoming Short Film 8.1.25
The south sensational actress Aishwarya Rajesh is known for her glam look. She is an avid social media user and often keeps updated with her sensational photos on social media. But recently, she updated her twitter handle with a first look poster of upcoming short movie “8.1.25”. She captioned the post as – “Happy to share 8.1.25 short film first look Congratulations whole team. @MSManik03669437 @IsaacArunachal3 @vimalraja@Mani_dop21 @dharshanmusic @Ajaymanoj @saba”. “ The fans and colleagues are awaiting the movie to see and praising the first look by words of appreciation in the comment section.

The poster for the short movie “8.1.25” reveals the lead cast of the movie as Isac Arunachal and Vimal Raja. The movie is written and directed by Manikandan Palani. The music is composed by Dharshan Ravi Kumar. The movie is bankrolled by S. Ravithigam.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Aishwarya Rajesh is busy with her upcoming movie “Driver Jamuna”. The producers of 'Driver Jamuna' are planning to release the movie in three languages. As per the reports, Aishwarya Rajesh will be essaying the role of a cab driver in “Driver Jamun”. The movie is directed by Kinslin and he talked about the movie, said, “In recent times, we have seen the taxi industry grow by leaps and bounds. This film is a deep dive into the life and world of cab drivers and will be centered on a middle-class woman who takes up the profession.”

The movie is touted as a crime-thriller drama. “Driver Jamuna’s“music is given by Gibran and is being produced by 18 Reels. Reportedly, Aishwarya Rajesh will also feature in the Tamil remake of “The Great Indian Kitchen”, “Republic”, “Tuck Jagadish”, and Thittam Irandu, which are all in various stages of production. Reportedly, the movie named “Bhoomika” is also in the post-production stage.



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