Veteran actor Sridevi will return to Tamil cinema after two decades with Chimbu Deven's action-fantasy. The 51-year-old is excited about the project and even tweeted about it, saying, "It gives me immense happiness to announce the title of my new Tamil film Puli. It's been a wonderful experience working with the cast and crew." Sushmita Sen
Sushmita Sen, who was last seen in the Bollywood film, No Problem (2010), is now debuting in the Bengali film industry with National Award-winning director Srijit Mukherji's film, Nirbaak. "It's like a homecoming, it's like going back to my roots," the 39-year-old, who has also been roped in for another Bengali film titled Jodi Emon Hoto, was quoted as saying. Kriti Sanon
Actor Kriti Sanon made her acting debut with the Telugu film 1: Nenokkadine (2014), before she appeared in Bollywood with Heropanti last year. The 24-year-old is now gearing up for another Telugu outing titled Dochay. "I signed my first Hindi and Telugu film simultaneously. I did one more Telugu film after Heropanti. I would want to keep a balance between Hindi and the southern industry," says Kriti. Mughda Godse
Actor Mugdha Godse is excited to make her Tamil debut with a film that will be directed by Jayam Raja. "I've begun shooting for my first Tamil film. The script, the cast and the crew is super fun. I couldn't have asked for a better debut in Tamil cinema," says the 28-year-old. Isha Koppikar
Isha Koppikar is back to regional film industry with her Kannada film, for which she has learnt a Korean martial art form called Hapkido. The 38-year-old started her career with the Tamil film Kaadhal Kavithai (1998), and has done quite a few regional projects, amid her Bollywood outings.