This has happened already Vijay’s Kuruvi, where Nayanthara was first opted to star him opposite in the female lead role and then all of sudden of Trisha replacing her. No valid reasons of replacing this missy and now similar scenarios seems to be prevailing with K.S. Ravikumar’s next project that will gear up after completing Jaggubhai.
Vikram plays dual roles and great pursuit for actresses by both Director K.S.Ravikumar and Producer Mohan Natarajan of Rajakaliamman Pictures. The film has couple of heroines where stylish sleek alluring missy Ileana has been roped and Nayanthara was opted to play another heroine. But, then for unknown reasons, there started a slight tug-of-war between Nayanthara and Trisha. Now, K.S.Ravikumar is in deep perplexed moods on deciding whom to rope in. Well, any guesses how Trisha appeared on this scene? Of course, Trisha happens to be the close pet of Vikram and probably it would have been his suggestion of roping in Trisha.
Perhaps, you would have had your adrenalin shot on hearing Simbhu shaking hands with Nayanthara recently in a party. Fine! Are you looking out for the detailed scenario on this peeping tom issue? We have it for you.
Kollywood stars usually freak out throwing parties regularly at ‘The Park’ Hotel in Chennai where you’ll have the top celebrities Vijay, Vishal, Simbhu, Nayanthara, Trisha, Reema Sen and many others swaying in. Recently, Trisha had hosted a night party where she had a special invitation for Nayanthara. Without her attention, Trisha suddenly buzzed Simbhu about Nayan’s presence in the discotheque and our chap was there in few minutes. Both shook their hands and went on for a jovial chat.
After Nayanthara broke up with her relationship with Simbhu, she started topping the chart sweeping over Trisha’s market. Probably, this would have pushed Trisha to get on Nayan by linking her with Simbhu again. Earlier, during Tamil Nadu Artists Association strike that was held last month, Trisha who was seated next to Nayanthara suddenly disappeared letting in Simbhu to take the seat next to Nayanthara.