Priya Anand says Ok to Cameo Role

Published: 01st June 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st June 2015 10:57 AM   |  A+A-

Priya Anand

Actor Priya Anand, known for her work in English Vinglish and Arima Nambi, has been roped in for a special cameo in the upcoming Tamil romantic-comedy Trisha Illana Nayantara.

“We were actually looking for a beautiful and versatile artiste to play this role. Our unanimous choice was Priya Anand, and she brought gallons of energy into our vibrant unit,” said the film’s director Adhik Ravichandran.

The film stars composer-turned-actor GV Prakash Kumar, Manisha Yadav and Anandhi in lead roles. Veteran actor Simran Bagga will be seen essaying an important role.

Ravichandran said that Priya will not be grooving to an item number, but will feature in a few crucial scenes in the movie.

Priya AnandD.jpgMeanwhile, the Cameo Films production has got one more surprise to the package. K E Gnanavel Raja of Studio Green, has acquired the theatrical rights of the film. The teaser of the film has become a huge hit among the audience. The audio of the movie will be released on June 4 by Sony Music.

G V Prakash has composed the music for the film and has danced for a song with a local flavour that begins with  Bittu songu. It was reported that Prakash even showed the video of the song to Vijay recently.  It is said that Illayathalapathy was so much impressed with GV’s dancing that he heaped praises on him.

Earlier, Prakash had posted on his micro-blogging page that he was coming up with a song for his upcoming film starring Vijay and directed by Atlee. “And one ulaga local thara ticket song waiting di chellakutties ... For all those who want to see ilayathalapathy in his kizhi dance avatar,” he had posted.

Vijay 59 has Samantha and Amy Jackson as heroines, and Radhikaa Sarathkumar in an important role.   —


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