Newcomer Aishwarya Arjun, who is making her acting debut in forthcoming film Pattathu Yaanai, fainted on the sets. The busy schedule has taken a toll on her health.
The actress, during the shooting of Pattathu Yaanai, fainted on on Sunday (April 28) in Trichy due to extremely hot weather. "Yes, the actress fainted on the sets. We were shooting outdoors in extremely hot conditions of Trichy for the last few days," a source from the film's until told IANS.
According to the source, the tight schedule and the sweltering heat made the actress to faint on the sets. "Since we were shooting non-stop, she couldn't handle the heat and fainted. We have given her medical attention and have requested her to rest for a while."
Directed by Boopathy Pandian, Pattathu Yaanai also features Vishal Krishna, Santhanam, Sita, Jagan, Mano Bala and Karthik in important roles.
The film, which went on the floors a few months back, is being shot in Trichy, Kaaraikudi, Madurai and some other places. Continue reading on the slideshow...
Who Is Aishwarya?
Aishwarya is the daughter of South Indian actor Arjun Sarja and she is making her debut with the film, being produced by S Michael Rayappan. The film has S Vaithy's cinematography and S Thaman's music.
A Pic From The Sets
When asked about her, the director of the film had earlier said, "Not all star kids are blessed with acting prowess, but Aishwarya is an exception. I believe she has inherited acting skills from her father,"
He continued, "She pulls of the most difficult scenes with ease and confidence. I'm extremely happy with the way she handles her role," Boopathy Pandian claims that she did not bother to do the role of a school-going girl and also praises her for her ability to learn quickly.
"I don't think the daughter of any other star actor would agree to play such a role in her first film. She is a very supportive actress and picks up quickly," he added.
Pandian also promised the film to be a rib-tickling fun film. "It's a laugh riot and I'm sure audience will love it," said Boopathy.