While Trisha’s debut Bollywood flick ‘Khatta Meetha’ is receiving mixed reviews, the actress is getting ready for her role in the remake of the Tamil blockbuster Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa in Hindi.
In fact, we can say Trisha’s performance in Vinnai Thaandi Varuvayaa was her best role till date and she earned applause from fans and critics as well.
The Hindi remake will be directed by Gautham Menon himself. After 43-year old Akshay Kumar, 27-year-old Trisha’s co-star will be the 3-year-old Pratik Babbar in the Hindi version. Prateek Babbar has already won the Filmfare Special Jury Award for ‘Outstanding Performance’ for his role in Jaane Tu Yaa Jaane Na in 2009.
Trisha is candid enough to admit she doesn’t have that much to do in her debut Bollywood film. “It isn’t a heroine-centric role. But I felt it would give me visibility.However Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaya subject is wonderful that can’t go wrong. I’ve already done the Tamil version of this film (Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya) and now, the same director (Gautham Menon) is remaking it in Hindi with Prateek Babbar and me. I think we should be kick-starting it in August. I am excited because unlike Khatta Meetha, where I don’t have a central part, this one has a central role for me.”
Vinnai Thaandi Varuvayaa enchanted the audience with its music and the sizzling hot on-chemistry between Trisha and Silambarasan. In fact, the pair is being touted as one of the best on-screen couple in Kollywood. To be paired opposite Prateek Babbar, son of veteran actor Raj Babbar, we all wonder if Gautham will be able to create the same magic on screen as he did in VTV. So we will wait and see how the chemistry of this pair sizzles on the silver screen.