Trisha croons for a song in her upcoming film

Speaking to DC, Trisha says, It’s a heroine centric flick
Of late, the horror comedy genre is ruling the roost in Tamil cinema. After Hansika and Nayanthara who did Aranmanai and Maya respectively where they play ghosts, Trisha has also joined the bandwagon with her recently launched horror movie Nayaki. A heroine-centric movie, Nayaki is a bilingual in Tamil and Telugu and directed by Govi.
Speaking to DC, Trisha says, “It’s a heroine centric flick and a horror comedy. I always wanted to do a horror film. Journalist-turned-media manager Giridhar is producing the film. When he approached me with Govi’s script, I loved it and I gladly gave my nod.”
Though she was not too willing to spill the beans on her character as to whether she plays a ghost, all she revealed was that she would be seen as a woman of the 1980s. “I can’t reveal much as the suspense element will be lost. Nayaki is 90 per cent humour and 10 per cent horror. My look will be made according to the trends and fashions of those days. I was amazed with the kind of response I got for the ‘first look’ of the film when I posted it on Twitter.”
The actress is also taking the avatar of a singer in the movie. “Music composer Raghu who has worked in many of Puri Jagannadh’s films is scoring music for Nayaki. He felt that my voice is good and requested me to croon the promotional number. I am going to give a try. If it works, I may think of singing for other films,” she quips. When quizzed whether the story of the movie revolves around her, she smiles and says, “It’s not that I signed a heroine-oriented film just for the sake of it. It just happened, as many were writing films keeping me in mind. Nayaki is a film with a message in regard to women empowerment.” Nayaki has Ganesh Venkatraman teaming up once again with Trisha post six years — after their earlier movie Abhiyum Naanum.
( Source : deccan chronicle )
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