Maybe, the actress is literally disappointed with the mixed reviews she received for her performance in Bollywood debut Khatta Meeta. But the actress strongly admits that Khatta Meeta isn’t a flop movie as the media channels are projecting.
Well about losing some of the Bollywood offers, Trisha isn’t worried as she says that Hindi film industry was not her main concern. Says Trisha: ‘I am looking forward for the best offers irrespective of regional factors. I am really surprised to hear about media stories that claim that Khatta Meeta was a flop movie. Well, I have got nothing to do with the film’s results as everyone has their own roles in determining the film’s results, not just the actresses.’
The actress also utters that she has now started signing films that delineated her in a substantial character. It was very much illustrious with her previous film Abhiyum Naanum. The actress has now signed Ajith Kumar’s 50th film Mankatha and Telugu movie Kushiga, which is a remake of yesteryear Bollywood blockbuster Love Aaj Kal.
She has already completed shooting for her next Tamil movie Manmadhan Ambu, in which she shares screen space with Kamal Haasan and Madhavan.
– R. Richard Mahesh / Sampurn Wire