Her last outing in South was an average movie and she left the South when she was in demand to pursue a career in Bollywood. Now, after more than three years, she is all set to return. We are talking about Malayali girl Asin Thottumkal, who was on the verge of becoming a top actress in South before changing her base to the Hindi films. Now, she is getting ready for the comeback.
Yes. Asin is ready to rock again in South. The Malayali babe is in talks for a movie and it appears like she has given a nod to the movie. We do not have any information about the film and its cast/crew at this stage. The only information that we have is she is game to act in a South film. A hint of return has been given by her on Twitter without mentioning anything about it.
On the social networking site, she wrote, "Exclusive:There is a good news for all Asin south fans..!!! We would announce it when the right time comes."
For many of her fans and well-wishers, it is not clear whether Asin kept herself away or whether there were any hidden reasons behind her exile. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...
Was Asin Unofficially Banned?
There is also belief that Kollywood, unofficially, banned her after she went to Sri Lanka when the Tamil film industry asked its members not to visit the island nation citing the political reasons behind the killings of Srilankan Tamilians a few years ago.
Asin's Sri Lankan Visit
Asin had gone to Sri Lanka to shoot her Hindi movie Ready. This had sparked a controversy and many Tamil groups have demanded the industry to ban her.
But Asin had given her clarification and said that she could not go against the makers of the movie's decision to shoot in Sri Lanka. The issue died later.
No Good Script Came Her Way?
The suspicion of Kollywood banning her remain unclarified till date. Interestingly, she never complained and on asking several times about her return to Kollywood, the Ghajini actress claimed that she would only accept if any good scripts came her way.
Nonetheless, her return to South has now given relief to her South fans, who have been desperately waiting to see on on-screen in South films.