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South star Samantha to work with Downtown Abbey director for her next film

South star Samantha Ruth Prabhu has boarded the cast of feature film ‘Arrangements of Love’.

The film is to be directed by BAFTA-winning Welsh director Philip John, whose credits include ‘Downton Abbey’ and ‘The Good Karma Hospital’, reports variety.com.

The film is produced by Sunitha Tati’s Indian outfit Guru Films, whose ;Oh! Baby’, the 2019 Telugu-language adaptation of 2014 Korean film ‘Miss Granny’, was a commercial success. ‘Oh! Baby’ starred Samantha.

Samantha plays a strong minded and funny force of nature 27-year-old, who runs her own detective agency and becomes part of the search.

She is a progressive bisexual Tamil woman, with ultra-traditional parents, who want her to have an arranged marriage. As much as she wants to please her parents she also wants to be able to make her own life choices.

“A whole new world opens up for me today as I start my journey with ‘Arrangements of Love,’ which has such an endearing and personal story,” Samantha told Variety.

“I am excited to work with Philip John, whose projects I have closely followed for many years, being a big fan of ‘Downton Abbey.’ I am looking forward to collaborating with Sunitha once again and I hope for only more success than we previously had with ‘Oh! Baby’. My role is a complex character and it will be both a challenge and an opportunity for me to play it. I cannot wait to get on set.”

“Having Samantha on board is indeed serendipitous. I have worked with her before and must say that she always brings her curiosity and talent to the project,” Tati told Variety.

“I can already visualize the life that she will breathe into the character. It is a pleasure to work with her again as we explore the international waters together.”

The film is expected to commence shooting in August, 2022.

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