Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Bollywood entrant Trisha to essay Shobana's role in 'Khatta Meetha'

South Indian popular Kollywood-Tollywood queen Trisha has finished the first schedule of Priyadarshan’s Akshay Kumar starrer 'Khatta Meetha' which is produced by the hero himself.


Bollywood newcomer Trisha's role in Khatta Meeta

Mohanlal- Shobhana starrer sentimental social comedy caper in Malayalam Vellanakalude Nadu (1990), now to be remade in hindi. It's none other than Priyadarshan’s new Akshay Kumar film 'Khatta Meeta' which is introducing Trisha Krishnan to bollywood audience.

While Akshay Kumar will play Mohanlal’s role, Trisha will essay Shobana’s character. Priyadarshan, it is believed, has added some real life incidents to the original script and made a few changes to suit the present day audience. The film's storyline has been altered to accommodate newspaper headlines.

Trisha will now play the role done by Shobhana in the original as played by Shobhana as an upright Panchayat Co-operative officer in charge of road building in a village.

“Bollywood films are special. Every actor wants do one. Of course, I’m happy to make my debut in a film like Khatta Meetha directed by Priyan Sir. I want to a strike a balance and do both bollywood and south films,” says Trisha.

The Khatta Meeta team is currently camping in Baramati in rural Maharashtra for the film shooting >> [ Read more cinema stuff ]

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