Trisha walks out of Chiranjeevi's upcoming Telugu film Acharya due to creative differences
Trisha had previously worked with Chiranjeevi in Telugu film Stalin, which was directed by A R Murugadoss.
Trisha on Friday announced that she has opted out of Chiranjeevi's upcoming Telugu film Acharya over creative differences.
The 36-year-old actor took to Twitter to confirm she's no longer a part of the project.
Here is her announcement
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
It's been four years since Trisha worked in a Telugu film. Her last Telugu outing was the 2016 horror thriller Nayaki.
Acharya, which is being directed by Koratala Siva, was supposed to mark Trisha's reunion with Chiranjeevi after a decade. They had previously worked together in Telugu film Stalin, which was directed by A R Murugadoss.
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