The horror flick may release by the end of June.

Trishas Mohini certified U
Flix Kollywood Saturday, June 02, 2018 - 15:54

Actor Trisha is taking on a dual role for the very first time in her career in a horror film. Titled Mohini, it is a horror thriller that has been written and directed by R Madhesh, a former assistant of the popular director Shankar.

The film went through the certification process recently and has been certified with a clean U. Reports suggest that Mohini is likely to release by the end of this month, though there is no official confirmation yet. While one of Trisha's roles will be that of a baker, the other will be an architect.

Sources close to the film unit say that though there will be not much of a difference where her looks are concerned, we hear that she had to work hard on her body language to get both the roles perfect. Further, she has worked on her dialect as well make it sound distinct. As a baker, she plays the role of an avid blogger who sells her baked products online and earns quite a reputation for it.

The principal shooting of the film began in the first week of June last year in the UK and was wrapped up earlier this year. The film's shooting began in London and it has been shot extensively in various locations including Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Tower Bridge abroad.

The film is produced by S Lakshman Kumar under his banner Marvel Worth Productions. The film has Trisha playing the lead role with Jackky Bhagnani, Suresh, Poornima Bhagyaraj and Yogi Babu in the star cast.

Music director duo Vivek and Mervin have composed music for this horror thriller and R. B. Gurudev has cranked the camera for it with Dinesh Ponraj editing it. It may be mentioned here that being the seasoned actor that she is, Trisha is keen on doing heroine-centric films. She has a slew of films in her kitty and she made her debut in the Malayalam film industry with Hey Jude this year. She currently has Garjanai, the Tamil remake of Bollywood superhit NH10, apart from projects such as Sathuranga Vettai 2, 96 and 1818 in hand.

(Content provided by Digital Native)

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