Trisha Walks Out of Chiranjeevi’s Telugu Film Over ‘Creative Differences’

Fans who last saw Trisha and Chiranjeevi in Stalin (2006) expressed disappointment on social media. Trisha has also walked out of the sequel of Saamy opposite Vikram, citing creative differences.

On-screen character Trisha, who was a piece of Telugu hotshot Chiranjeevis film Acharya, has exited refering to innovative contrasts.

Taking to internet based life, Trisha stated, “Now and again things end up being not quite the same as what was at first said and talked about. Because of imaginative contrasts, I have decided not to be a piece of Chiranjeevi sirs film. Wishing the group well. To my beautiful Telugu crowds – want to see you soon in an energizing task.”

Fans who last observed Trisha and Chiranjeevi in Stalin (2006) communicated dissatisfaction via web-based networking media. It must be noticed that Trisha has likewise left the spin-off of Saamy inverse Vikram, refering to inventive contrasts.

Coordinated by Koratala Siva, the shoot of Acharya has been continuing at an energetic pace in Hyderabad. Chiranjeevi is supposed to assume double jobs in the film. Touted as a socio-political actioner, the plot of the film is purportedly said to rotate around a social reformer.

Chiranjeevi was most recently seen in the Telugu time frame show Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy which proceeded to gather over Rs 300 crore in the cinema world.

In the mean time, Trisha is presently occupied with Raangi, Sugar, Ram and Ponniyin Selvan.

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