Trisha plays a doctor in 'Paramapadham Vilayattu'

The film is being directed by Thiru Gnanam.
Trisha plays a doctor in 'Paramapadham Vilayattu'
Trisha plays a doctor in 'Paramapadham Vilayattu'
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Last seen playing a dual role in horror thriller Mohini, Trisha has a slew of interesting projects which are ready for release. First up is Vijay Sethupathi’s 96, slated for early October release. She also has Garjanai and Sathuranga Vettai 2 in the pipeline.

After testing her luck in an action-packed avatar in Mohini, Trisha will once again be seen in an extensive action role in Paramapadham Vilayattu, in which she’s believed to be playing a doctor. According to director Thiru Gnanam, she plays a doctor, who is also the mother of a girl. He said the film’s plot revolves around a person who gets herself in trouble while helping someone else.

In an earlier interview to Deccan Chronicle, the director said: “Trisha has done action and horror movies in the past. But Paramapadham… will project her in a new dimension. When I went and narrated the script to Trisha, I had not finalised the crew and cast. She was impressed with the story and immediately accepted to be a part of the project. She plays a doctor and will be kidnapped by the antagonists’ group. How she overcomes the hurdles and escapes the situation with her intelligent and bold moves forms the rest.”

Talking about her dedication, the director said, “Each time she completes a shot, she would faithfully ask, ‘Is that enough? Or should I go for one more take?’ That is the kind of commitment she has.”

Elaborating more, he reveals, “The first schedule was canned in the forest area of Yercaud. There were a few action sequences involved in those scenes which were choreographed by Stunner Sham. Though, we insisted that we can use a body double, Trisha was keen to do them all by herself. They are not the typical action blocks; they are more of brainy and sharp feats.”

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