Kajal Aggarwal replaces Tamannah in the 'Queen' Tamil remake directed by Ramesh Aravind

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In a recent development, Tamannah has been replaced by Kajal Aggarwal for the Tamil Remake of Bollywood blockbuster 'Queen'. The remake of the Kangana Ranaut starrer was on cards for a long time. Earlier Tamannah was booked as the lead for this movie. But according to sources she has walked out of the film due to the delay in the film. The makers of the film has quickly roped in Kajal Aggarwal for the lead role in the film. Ramesh Aravind has been announced as the director of the Queen Tamil Remake.

Kajal Aggarwal will be seen reprising the role of Kangana Ranaut which has a very good potential for performance. The film was earlier said to have dialogues by Suhasini Manirathnam and directed by Revathi. The film will now have Ramesh Aravind as the director. There has been few changes made to the story to suit the nativity. The shooting for the movie will start from October 2017. The first schedule of the shoot will happen in Madurai and then the team will move to London for shooting the rest of the film.

The 2014 film 'Queen' was a huge hit in Bollywood which earned unanimous positive reviews from audience and critics. The film also earned a very good name for Kangana as an actress. With Kajal Aggarwal doing the lead in Queen Tamil remake, her performance in the film will be much anticipated.