Trisha roars in Garjanai trailer

The trailer of Trisha starrer Garjanai was released by Vijay Sethupathi on Wednesday evening. This film is the Tamil remake of the 2015 Hindi thriller NH 10, starring Anushka Sharma. 

When this remake was first announced in 2018, it was rumoured that either Samantha or Trisha would be playing the lead role.

Trisha later confirmed that she would be working in the film, which would feature actors Amit Bhargav and Vamsi Krishna in supporting roles.

Trisha took to her Instagram page to thank Vijay Sethupathi, she wrote: “Nandri Nanba @actorVijaysethupathi Lucky mascot” and posted the trailer launch poster.

The trailer has plenty of action sequences and shows Trisha on the run, fighting men and escaping from dangerous situations. There’s also a wild bear on the loose and in one shot, Trisha is seen running away from it. The trailer also shows some very interesting stunt sequences.

Directed by Sundar Balu, Garjanai is loosely based on Anushka Sharma’s NH10. Sundar recently said that Trisha has performed many risky stunts in the film. Produced by Jones, Amit Bhargav is said to be playing Trisha’s pair in the film and Amresh Ganesh is scoring the music.

NH10 is a 2015 Indian Hindi-language thriller film directed by Navdeep Singh and written by Sudip Sharma. It stars Anushka Sharma, Neil Bhoopalam, Darshan Kumar, Deepti Naval and Ravi Jhankal. NH10 was jointly produced by Clean Slate Films, Phantom Films, Eros International and marked the production debut of Sharma.

It tells the story of a young couple whose road trip goes awry after an encounter with a group of violent criminals. The title refers to the National Highway 10 that connects Delhi to the town of Fazilka in Punjab.

The film was conceived by Singh and written by Sudip Sharma, who were inspired by some real-life honour killing murder cases. The soundtrack album was composed by Sanjeev-Darshan, Bann Chakraborty, Abhiruchi Chand, Ayush Shrestha, Savera Mehta and Samira Koppikar. Arbind Kannabiran served as the film’s cinematographer and Jabeen Merchant was its editor.