As we all know, Rajinikanth-Karthik Subbaraj’s film is already garnering huge buzz among film buffs. It is one of the much-awaited films of the next year. After Kaala, Rajinikanth has geared up with Karthik’s next. Ever since the makers made an announcement about the film, it has been a talk of the town. Just recently, the makers got a new addition to the star cast. Actress Trisha Krish has joined the team of Karthik Subbaraj and Rajinikanth’s next.
A few weeks ago, Trisha took to twitter and announced about being a part of Rajinikanth’s next. She wrote, “Coz sometimes you wake up and realise you’re still dreamin #BestMonday #GODsfavouritechild #mycircleiscompletetoday.”
— Trish Krish (@trishtrashers) August 20, 2018
Trisha has not shared a picture of her getting a new haircut and this change of chopping tresses seems to be for her next film. Trisha took to twitter and shared the black & white picture of her new hairstyle with a caption, “A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life – Coco Chanel.”
A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life – Coco Chanel ❤️ pic.twitter.com/rWGCEIuUGZ
— Trish Krish (@trishtrashers) August 26, 2018
The film will also star Simran. Both Trisha and Simran have been paired opposite Rajinikanth. The makers of the film are keeping the things under wrap to avoid any spoilers for the audience.
The action sequences have been choreography by the stunt master Peter Heins. Bankrolled by Sun Pictures, the film also features Simran, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Bobby Simha.
On teaming up with Rajinikanth, Subbaraj had said in a chat with Sun TV: “Even though I’ve made four films in my career so far, I grew fascinated towards cinema because of superstar Rajinikanth sir. To get to direct him is the best moment of my life,” Subbaraj said, adding that he plans to go on the floors in next two months and wrap up the project this year itself. Asked if the project will be as ambitious as Sun Pictures produced Enthiran in terms of scale, Subbaraj said his film will be quite different from Enthiran. “It’ll be a proper Rajini film,” he said. He also sees collaborating with the superstar will come with its set of expectations and high responsibility. “I see it as an enjoyable challenge.”