Rajinikanth’s daughter Saundarya proudly announced her dream project which is the digital series adaptation of the epic novel “Ponniyin Selvan”. Saundarya Rajinikanth’s May 6 Entertainment has joined hand with the largest local player and one of the best entertainment apps MX PLayer for the MX original.
The announcement was made with a short video shared my Saundarya and MX Player on their respective twitter handle.
Saundarya wrote, “A dream project !!! … so thrilled to announce that we at
@May6Ent are proud to partner with @mxplayer in bringing to life the epic novel #PonniyinSelvan as an MX Original Series https://youtu.be/dbUw4K3c97Y god bless us !!!! Need all your support! #OriginalWebSeries #DigitalFuture.”
A dream project !!! … so thrilled to announce that we at @May6Ent are proud to partner with @mxplayer in bringing to life the epic novel #PonniyinSelvan as an MX Original Series https://t.co/KK5t1NOfRf god bless us !!!! Need all your support ! #OriginalWebSeries #DigitalFuture
— soundarya rajnikanth (@soundaryaarajni) January 30, 2019
MX Player also shared the video and wrote, “Presenting the adaptation of the novel,
#PonniyinSelvan as an MX Original Series in Tamil. We are proud to partner with @soundaryaarajni‘s @May6Ent to bring alive this historic saga. Directed by @soori_prathap.”
CEO of the MX Player Karan Bedi said in a statement issued, “This tie-up is in line with MX Player’s philosophy of promising the best in original content, not only in Hindi but also in other regional languages like Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Bhojpuri, and Punjabi. We are proud to partner with Saundarya as she makes her foray into the digital world with Ponniyin Selvan; her vision to make differentiated and larger than life projects is extraordinary and we look forward to a fruitful partnership. More so this is a genre that hasn’t been very widely explored on the web and I am delighted to bring the digital first viewer this magnum opus that is sure to leave you enthralled.”
The novel is written in Tamil by Kalki Krishnamurthy and tells the story of Arulmozhivarman who later became the Chola king Rajaraja Chola I.