Trisha Krishnan, whose Tamil retro horror-comedy Nayaki released on Friday, says there are valid reasons why she hasn’t been talking about her film or promoting it. “If I am not talking about or promoting my film, there are valid reasons for it,” Trisha wrote on her Twitter.
“Apologies to my media friends and fans who have been asking me. I will personally make sure it is explained soon. Thank you all for the consistent support and love,” she added. In the film, Trisha plays a dual role for the first time in her career. Directed by Govi, the film also stars Ganesh Venkatraman, Brahmanandam, Sushma Raj and Satyam Rajesh.
Trisha who is currently busy shooting for Tamil horror film Mohini, is still the strongest contender to reprise Kangana Ranaut’s role in the Tamil version of critically acclaimed Hindi blockbuster Queen, said a source close to the actress.
“The makers have once again initiated talks with Trisha. The project requires bulk dates and Trisha already has two projects in her kitty. She is figuring out how she can set aside dates that will require her to shoot abroad for a long schedule,” the source told IANS.
Veteran actress-filmmaker Revathy, known for directing films like Mitr, My Friend and Phir Milenge, will helm the yet-untitled remake. Queen is the story of a young Punjabi girl, played by Kangana Ranaut, who embarks on her honeymoon to Paris alone after her fiance calls off the wedding.
Actress Suhasini Mani Ratnam has been roped in to pen the dialogues for the project. The remake will be bankrolled by produced Thiyagarajan.