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Saamy Square’s Filmmakers File Complaint Against Trisha At The Producers Council

Trisha Krishnan At Unicef Event In Chennai

In October last year, Trisha Krishnan had announced that she has walked out of director Hari’s Saamy Square, a sequel to the 2003 film with Vikram, owing to creative differences. She, however, wished the team luck.

Since last week, reports of Trisha possibly joining the film’s team again has surfaced, with the director and producer, Shibu Thameens, saying that she and Keerthy Suresh are the female leads of the film.

According to The News Minute, the producers of the film have reportedly filed a complaint against Trisha as her exit would result in huge losses for the film. For being “non-cooperative”, Thameens has reportedly told the actress to either join the film or pay for the losses.

Trisha is yet to comment on the issue, but many social media users believe that the following tweet could be viewed as a response to the whole drama over her exit.

Vikram will return as the foul-mouthed, twirled mustache sporting police officer in the project, which is being bankrolled by Shibu Thameens and has music by Devi Sri Prasad.

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