Trisha Krishnan signs her Second Bollywood Film with Pratik Babbar

Trisha signs her Second Bollywood Film with Pratik Babbar

By Editor


South Indian actress Trisha has recently made her Bollywood debut with Akshay Kumar, starring in the movie Khatta Meetha, which is yet to release in the theaters. But this popular Tamil actress has already signed her second film, if the reports are to be believed.

There is a buzz that Trisha will star opposite Pratik Babbar, the talented son of Smita Patil and Raj Babbar. The film is a Hindi remake of Trisha’s superhit Tamil film Vinnaithandi Varuvaaya (VTV) by Gautham Vasudev Menon. The Tamil actress will again play the role of Jessie in this Hindi remake.

Trisha krishnan

According to the sources closed to the development, Trisha has already signed for the movie and the shooting of the film will start in August. But Trisha preferred not to comment on this project. Gautham Menon, the director of the Tamil version, will be directing the Hindi version also. He also remained non responsive on the about the film.

Pratik will be playing the lead hero in the film, which was done by Silambarasan in the Tamil version. Pratik debuted in a supporting role in the film Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na.

Ambica Hinduja is reportedly producing the movie, which will go on the floor in the middle of August in Malta, where the original movie was shot.

Now, Trisha is busy with the shooting of her Tamil film Manmadhan Ambu starring Kamal Hassan. They are shooting in a Titanic-like ship on a Mediterranean cruise with three decks.

In the meantime, she has been requested to come to Mumbai for the promotion of her Hindi film Khatta Meeta. Her publicist informed, “Trisha has already requested her Manmadhan Ambu dirctor K S Ravikumar to give her time off from the European schedule. She will be back in Mumbai, five days before the release of the film.”

— Sampurn Wire

By Editor on 25 June, 2010
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