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Aishwarya Rajesh's Driver Jamuna gets an official release date, leading OTT platform bags digital rights

P Kinslin has helmed the project which is billed as a road thriller flick

Aishwarya Rajesh's Driver Jamuna gets an official release date, leading OTT platform bags digital rights

Aishwarya Rajesh in Driver Jamuna

  • Thinkal Menon

Last Updated: 07.41 AM, Oct 24, 2022

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The trailer of P Kinslin's Driver Jamuna was unveiled by the team a few months ago. The Aishwarya Rajesh-starrer is tipped as a road thriller which has the actress play a cab driver for the first time. Its story revolves around a delicate scenario involving the feud between a politician and a few criminals.

How a female cab driver gets entangled into the situation and the clever manner in which she faces various unanticipated hurdles form the rest of the story. Aishwarya had earlier announced that the movie will release in November.

Now, she has informed that makers have decided November 11 as the project's official release date. A new poster of the film has also been revealed. SP Chowthari has produced the movie under 18 Reels. Ghibran has composed music, Gokul Benoy has cranked the camera and R Ramar is in charge of editing.

Anl Arasu's action scenes are likely to be one of the major highlights of Driver Jamuna which has art direction helmed by Don Bala. Its digital rights have been acquired by aha Tamil recently. The film will be Aishwarya's first theatrical release in Tamil in the post-pandemic era. She has had four OTT releases, including a web series, in recent times. 

Theeyavar Kulaigal Nadunga, The Great Indian Kitchen, Mohandas, Farhana and Soppana Sundari are a few Tamil movies of the actress which are ready to hit the screens. Aishwarya also has a few Malayalam projects lined up.

Seenu Ramasamy's Idam Porul Yaeval and Gautham Menon's Dhruva Natchathiram, two long-delayed Tamil films she was part of, are also likely to be released soon.  The former, we hear, is expected to hit the screens first.           

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