Through an official statement on Twitter, Trisha had made it clear that she had opted out of Saamy Square citing creative differences and politely wished the team.
But the makers of the film- producer Shibu Thameens and director Hari approached the Tamil Producers Council and asked them to intervene and issue a red card on the actress.
Recently, director Hari shot portions involving Vikram at Nellai and he also met the local media. In his interaction, Hari confirmed that Trisha will be seen playing an important role in the film along with Keerthy Suresh. When sify.com spoke to Shibu Thameens the producer he said: "Trisha has to be a part of the film or pay a huge amount as compensation for our losses. After we approached the Producers council, she has agreed to be a part of the film. Trisha has a substantial role in this sequel"
We contacted Trisha who is clueless about Hari's statements and said that she is not a part of the film and does not want to give any statement once again on the same.
Our sources say that the producers are holding talks with Trisha and trying their best to get her green signal. Saamy Square also has Bobby Simha, John Vijay and OAK Sundar in pivotal roles.
Devi Sri Prasad is composing the music for the film, which is likely to hit the screens for Ramzan weekend.