Clarifying about reports that stated Trisha might not be part of Vetrimaran's 'Aadukalam', Trisha has openly stated that she isn't bidding adieu to South Indian films for aBollywood career.
Trisha, who is currently playing a challenging role in Vetrimaran's 'Aadukalam', has received three interesting Bollywood films, signing an agreement with Akshay Kumar. It was reported recently that the actress, who is also working on a film with Venkatesh in Telugu, has a tough time juggling dates, because of which she may opt out of Vetrimaran's 'Aadukalam'. The film, which has Dhanush in the lead, has its second schedule just on track in Madurai.
But Trisha as now quashed all reports, stating that she always has a softspot for South Indian films, which are her mainstay. "I will always continue doing films here as I'm not looking at making Bollywood my ultimate destination."
The actress, who has only one schedule of work remaining for Gautham Menon's 'Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya', has not signed any other South Indian project.
After three consecutive hits, Dhanush is to start his next project with his favourute director Vetrimaaran. Titled as Aadukalam, the entire shooting of the film is going to take place in Madurai, Tamil Nadu for the next 6 months.
Aadukalam has Trisha playing the female lead and Oscar hero A.R. Rahman's nephew GV Prakash tuning the songs. According to Dhanush, Vetrimaaran has spent almost a year on the screen play and dialogue has the typical Madurai slang.
"Aadukalam is very special to me and I would say that it is my dream project. I have always admired the directorial sense of Vetri and he has an innovative style of film making and has always attempted to explore something new...,” says Dhanush.
Noted Sri Lankan Tamil writer and political observer V. I. S. Jayabalan is making his screen debut through this film.