Trisha Krishnan is likely to star in the Tamil remake of hit Bollywood movie "Queen." The forthcoming movie is directed by veteran actress-filmmaker Revathy and she has roped in Suhasini Maniratnam to pen the dialogues.
The Tamil movie was offered to the actress long ago but she could not take up due to her busy schedule. But the makers have approached her again. "The makers have once again initiated talks with Trisha. The project requires bulk dates and Trisha already has two projects in her kitty. She is figuring out how she can set aside dates that will require her to shoot abroad for a long schedule," a source told IANS.
Trisha is currently busy with bilingual movie "Nayaki" aka "Nayagi," which is written and directed by Govi. Her other films are: Pandian-directorial "Bhogi," Durai Senthikumar's "Kodi" and Ramana Madhesh's "Mohini."
Following the massive success of "Queen" in Hindi, Thiagarajan acquired the remake rights for four South Indian languages (Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada). He is keen to make the latest film a bilingual flick, which will be simultaneously shot in Tamil and Telugu.
Vikas Bahl's 2013 film "Queen" told the story of a young Punjabi girl who embarked on her honeymoon to Paris alone after her fiancé called off their wedding. The Kangana Ranaut-starrer was a hit at the box office. It was critically acclaimed film and bagged several awards.