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Trisha starts shooting for Paramapadham Villaiyattu

Actor Trisha, who was busy shooting for 96 with Vijay Sethupathi and Hey Jude with Nivin Pauly, has now begun working for her next. Titled Paramapadham Vilayattu, the film's shooting is happening at a 200-yr-old mansion in Arcot. The movie also stars Richard and Nanda.

By: Express Web Desk | Chennai |
November 4, 2017 2:36:03 pm
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Actor Trisha, who was earlier shooting for 96 and her Malayalam debut Hey Jude, has now started shooting for her next film Paramapadham Villiyattu. One of the busiest stars in the South, it is said that the actor is shooting at the 200-year old mansion in Arcot, where Aurangazeb reportedly resided centuries ago. Sources say that the first schedule will happen for 15 days. Bankrolled by 24HRS, director Thiru Gnanam will be helming the project. Apart from the actor, Nandha and Richard are also part of the movie. The film is being shot by ace cinematographer RD Rajashekar.

Trisha recently made news for opting out of the Hari film Saamy Square. The actor who was part of the first film, Saamy, tweeted saying that she chose to opt out due to creative differences. “Due to creative differences, I have chosen to opt out of Saamy 2. Wishing the team good luck,” she tweeted from her official handle. The film which has Vikram as the male lead also stars Keerthy Suresh.

Trisha, however, has an interesting line up of projects in her kitty. The actress is part of 96 with Vijay Sethupathi, Garjanai, Hey Jude with Nivin Pauly and 1818. Garjanai is said to be the unofficial remake of the hit Hindi film NH10 starring Anushka Sharma. 1818, on the other hand, is based on the events from the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Hey Jude is said to be a romantic drama where 96 is a ‘coming of age’ tale.

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