These are definitely not the best of times for Trisha, who has not been receiving that many good news on the professional front. Prior to signing up ‘Manmathan Ambu’ opposite Kamal Hassan, she was literally flying in the air and was basking in the success of her latest Tamil film ‘Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaaya’. She was even counting to be cast in the Hindi version of VTV by Gautham Menon.
As it happened, Menon has now cast Amy Jackson (of ‘Madarasapatinam’ fame) to play the heroine in the Hindi version of VTV. The failure of Trisha’s first Hindi film ‘Khatta Meetha’ was said to be the reason for Menon preferring Amy over Trisha. Even before the shock was digested by Trisha, she has received another jolt from Tollywood.
She has also been shown the exit door from a Telugu film opposite Pavan Kalyan, the reason cited by Trisha for not being able ‘to do the Hindi version of VTV’. Though Trisha had already been paid the advance amount to star in the Pavan Kalyan film, Pavan is said to have told the producer to forget the advance and look for another heroine.
Speculations of varying nature are appearing in the Telugu press about Pavan’s decision not to star opposite Trisha. Unless Trisha or Pavan himself say about this, we won’t be knowing for sure as to what transpired behind the scenes!