Trisha walks out of Chiranjeevi's Acharya due to creative differences
Directed by Koratala Siva, Acharya is being produced by Ram Charan in association with Niranjan Reddy and the film is slated for release on August 14
Trisha Krishnan, who has signed up to play the female lead opposite her Stalin co-star Chiranjeevi in Acharya, has walked out of the film citing creative differences. The actor took to Twitter to announce the news.
Sometimes things turn out to be different from what was initially said and discussed.Due to creative differences,I have chosen not to be part of Chiranjeevi sirs film.Wishing the team https://t.co/sfaMfRrWmT my lovely Telugu audiences-hope to see you soon in an exciting project.— Trish (@trishtrashers) March 13, 2020
According to our well-placed sources, Trisha, who is focusing on solo-heroine films, wasn't pleased with the addition of a new heroine opposite Ram Charan, who has a crucial role in Acharya. She has therefore decided to opt-out of the film.
It is learnt that the makers have already started looking for a suitable replacement for Trisha and we hear, they have initiated talks with a couple of female actors from the neighbouring industries.
Directed by Koratala Siva, Acharya is being produced by Ram Charan in association with Niranjan Reddy and the film is slated for release on August 14.