Trisha is presently shooting non-stop for her upcoming Tamil film titled Samaran. The film pits her opposite close friend Vishal for the first time. Though they have known each other for the past many years, this is the first time they are coming together as on-screen pair. The film is being directed by Thiru, who had earlier directed Vishal in Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai.
Starring in multi-starrers isn’t something new to Trisha as she has done many such films in Telugu. Even Mankatha, her last Tamil film, was a multi-starrer wherein she was one of the four heroines with Anjali, Andrea Jermaiah and Lakshmi Rai being the others. In Samaran too, Trisha is to have another heroine for company in the form of the curvaceous Sunaina, who has been cast as the second heroine in the film.
Trisha is known vibe well with her co-stars and says that she has found a new friend in Sunaina, her co-star in Samaran. “Yes, of course; Sunaina becomes my latest addition to my ever-growing list of close friends. She is indeed nice,” says Trisha, flashing her famous smile and adds that Sunaina’s role would be the film’s ‘surprise package’.
Not often heroines talk highly of the other heroine’s role in the same film. Trisha, however, differs and says, “Sunaina’s role would be something which she has never attempted earlier in her career and it gels well with the film’s script.” She also concedes that she was happy to be doing a film with ‘friend’ Vishal as they couldn’t star together earlier due to their respective commitments.
“In fact, I was to play the heroine in Vishal’s Sathyam, a role which was eventually played by Nayantara. I couldn’t do it due to my other commitments; as such, I nodded in the affirmative when he approached me for my role in Samaran. Also, the story and my character in it impressed me a lot,” concludes Trisha.