Trisha Krishnan, who was reportedly signed up to play the female lead in Silambarasan's "Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan" (AAA), has opted out of the upcoming Tamil movie. The makers are now in search of a replacement.
A report on IndiaGlitz has claimed that Trisha Krishnan is not part of "AAA" anymore. Trisha had earlier given a green signal for the project and accepted the advance amount from the producer. She was supposed to pair up with one of the three characters played by Simbu in the movie.
The report adds that Trisha Krishnan had a role similar to the one of Simran in "Vaaranam Aayiram." Trisha was unwilling to take up the character which required her to play the wife and mother of the same person. Hence, she decided to exit the project.
But it is not clear why the actress had initially accepted the offer. However, the makers are on the lookout for another suitable face now.
"AAA" is a romantic comedy, which is primarily aimed at the youth. The movie is said to be made on the lines of the director's earlier movie, "Trisha Illana Nayanthara."
Simbu will be seen in a triple role in "Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan." The actor had earlier enacted double roles in films like "Manmadhan" and "Silambattam." But this is the first time Silambarasan will be seen playing three characters in a movie.
The cast and crew of the forthcoming Tamil movie is yet to be revealed. But GV Prakash Kumar has been signed up to compose its music. He is collaborating with Simbu after a gap of eight years. They had last worked in "Kaalai."