It's a known fact that Kollywood queen Trisha Krishnan is paired opposite Power Star Puneet Rajkumar in Sandalwood's forthcoming movie, which is the Kannada remake of Telugu hit Dookudu. The actress has already started shooting for the movie, which is on floors from few days with a working title 'Rajkumara'.
Trisha, who was recently in city to cheer her team Chennai Rhinos at CCL 4, has said that Puneet Rajkumar is quite a darling to have as a co-star. The actress is the brand ambassador of Chennai Rhinos, which is representing Tamil film industry in CCL.
Trisha, who has already worked for 10 days for the movie says that she doesn't feel any difference and it is like working in a Tamil film. She said, "I have worked with this team before. In the 10 days that I have been on the set, it felt like working on a Tamil film. Everyone on the set is fluent in the language, including Puneet, which made it even more comfortable for me. That apart, Puneet is quite a darling to have as a co-star."
The remake movie is being produced by Ram Achanta, who had also produced original Telugu movie along with Gopichand Achanta and Anil Sunkara. Continue reading the story on slides...
It Is Not A Remake, But A Fresh Product
Trisha said that she will not consider the movie as a remake, but as a fresh product for a new market.
Good To Debut With A Superstar
Trisha said, "I like the whole package. I know it's not a heroine-centric film, but it is good to debut with a superstar."
Trisha's Remuneration For The Movie
The makers of Dookudu remake have paid bomb for the Kollywood queen. It is said that Trisha has got Rs 1 crore as a remuneration part.
Script Or Money Issue
Making her Sandalwood debut after so many years, Trisha said, "There have been talks on and off, but it just never materialised, either because of date, money or script issues."
Dookudu is the 2011 Telugu action comedy drama, which had Mahesh Babu and Samantha Ruth Prabhu in the lead roles. It was directed by Sreenu Vaitla.