It took southern on-screen character Trisha Krishnan only five minutes to consent to be a piece of pending Tamil ghastliness comic drama Nayaki subsequent to being awed with the film's portrayal by its chief Govi.
"It took only five minutes of portrayal to persuade Trisha to do the film. I wasn't certain when she said "yes" the first run through, so I even requested that her again affirm it. She felt the script could be a hit and even be preferred by commentators," Govi told IANS.
The film's story is set in 1980s and Trisha will be seen as a 20-year-old, and in a double part without precedent for her profession.
Govi calls Nayaki a retro ghastliness parody, a class that hasn't been endeavored some time recently.
"Trisha will be for the most part found in the 1980s look. The story will do a reversal and forward in time. The film is 98 percent parody and two percent frightfulness," said the executive, who will make his Tamil directorial debut with the film.
Trisha is the "saint" of the film, says Govi, who is additionally her greatest fan. "In spite of the fact that there's a male lead in the film, Trisha is my saint. I'm her greatest fan and I've for the longest time been itching to make a film with her," he said.
The film, which additionally stars Ganesh Venkatraman, Satyam Rajesh and Sushma Raj, is slated for discharge on Friday.