Trisha is troubling producer Kishore?

Trisha is troubling producer Kishore?

It seems that Trisha has lost interest in female-centric movies and is reluctant to allot dates for her Telugu-Tamil bilgingual being helmed by Tamil director Pandian and obviously giving executive producer Pusala Kishore sleepless nights and making him to run helter and skelter and shuttle between Chennai and Hyderabad for last few weeks but in vain. The pretty actress was known for her professionalism in last 10 years in T-town, is showing different attitude these days.

May be, because her interest in doing author-backed roles is dwindling as she would have realised that this less-travelled-path could take her nowhere and already her colleagues like Anushka, Charmme and Priyamani have burnt their hands with flops and turning out to be unwise decision for T-town leading glam girls to shift gears and better to play second fiddle to heroes in commercial movies. Because, these actresses gained huge fan following, while sharing screen space with popular male stars, but once they took up the mantle of carrying the film on their shoulders, audience are shunning their bold attempt and giving them a cold response and above all even the so-called fan following is depleting, going by the 'thanda' openings registered by actresses like Anushka and Charmme.

Even personally, Trisha had suffered a setback since her maiden female-centric film 'Rum' got stuck, so she is not sure about her other film, getting completed on time (although she shot for two schedules) and looks like, the Dammu star may bid adieu to female-oriented movies and would get back to sharing screen space with male stars. 'She has no plans to sign another female-centric film since she has to complete two films on floors' says a source, close to the actress. She once announced that doing 'meaty roles' was a the best thing to happen to her decade-old career, but her dream seems to have short lived due her to not-so-happening projects.