According to The Hollywood Reporter, Neve Campbell is in final negotiations to join Jimi Mistry and Kristin Kreuk in the Indian epic Partition.
Myriad Pictures and Sepia Films are co-producing the film, which will shoot on location in May.
Campbell will play the passionate but lonely Margaret Stilwell, a woman who helps Gian Singh (Mistry), who resigns from the British Indian Army to live a quiet life in his village in northern India. His world is thrown into turmoil when he falls in love with a 17-year-old girl (Kreuk) who is traumatized by the events that separate her from her family as India is divided into two countries. Vic Sarin directs from a script he co-wrote with Patricia Finn.
Philip Glass and Ravi Shankar are composing the score. Campbell's recent credits include Blind Horizon, The Company and When Will I Be Loved.