who entered Bollywood with Akshay Kumar's film Khatta
Meetha, is very busy with her projects in South and she has no
time for new offers in Hindi. If we are to go by the reports, the
popular South Indian star has turned down the offer of
actor-turned-director Prabhu Deva, who wants to remake hit Telugu
film Nuvvosthanane Nenoddantana in Hindi.
It was reported earlier that Trisha had rejected the Hindi
remake of director KS Ravikumar's Tamil film Saamy,
starring Sanjay Dutt. Just few days after this, the actress has
said no to another Hindi remake. Sources claim that her close
friend Prabhu Deva had approached her for the remake of
Nuvvosthanane Nenoddantana, but she turned down his offer
saying she cannot give bulk dates for the project.
Sources close to Trisha say that the makers of the Prabhu Deva's
remake wanted the actress to give bulk dates, which she could not
accommodate. Sources add that the dates of the Bollywood film were
clashing with the dates of her other projects. So the actress
walked out of this big budget film.
However, Prabhu Deva has moved on to another popular South
Indian star after Trisha rejected the offer. According to sources,
the director has approached actress Shruti Hassan, who is currently in
talks with him. If everything goes well, Shruti would star
alongside Kumar Taurani's son Krish, who will debut in films with