Aishwarya Rajesh was recently seen playing the lead in Ka Pae Ranasingam which opened to positive reviews from the critics and general audience. The film was praised for its strong content and impactful scenes. Aishwarya Rajesh’s striking performance as Ariyanaachi was one of the major backbones of Ka Pae Ranasingam and the fans called it to be one of her best performances. With good momentum, Aishwarya Rajesh is now all geared up for her next, Boomika, which happens to be her milestone 25th film. The first look poster of the film was unveiled this morning (October 19) by actors Jayam Ravi and Tamannaah. Boomika is said to be a horror thriller set in a hill station and it will showcase Aishwarya Rajesh in a newer dimension.

We can expect the Kaakka Muttai actress to show another facet of her acting skills through Boomika which is directed by Rathindran R Prasad of Idhu Vedalam Sollum Kadhai (yet to be released) fame. Boomika is produced by Karthik Subbaraj and Kaarthekeyen Santhanam under the banner of Stone Bench Films in association with Sudhan Sundaram and Jayaraman's Passion Studios. Roberto Zazzara has cranked the camera for this horror thriller which has music scored by Prithvi Chandrasekhar and editing by Anand Geraldin.

The first look poster doesn't have any horror elements as such and instead, it looks subtle and peaceful with plants and trees taking the central attraction. Aishwarya Rajesh would be looking forward to continuing her success streak with Boomika. According to reports, it is said that Boomika will have a direct OTT release on Netflix platform very soon, but an official word is yet to be made. Boomika is made as a bilingual in Tamil and Telugu.

Apart from Boomika, Aishwarya Rajesh has films like Thittam Irandu (Plan B), Dhruva Natchathiram, Munthanai Mudichu remake with Sasikumar and Tuck Jagadish (Telugu) and all these projects are in various stages of production. Stay tuned for more updates. For now, check out the interestingly designed first look poster of Aishwarya Rajesh's 25th film, Boomika here: