Chennai, May 10 (IANS) Southern actress Trisha Krishnan, who has recently signed a Tamil film each with Kamal Haasan and filmmaker Sundar C, has opted out of filmmaker Selvaraghavan's yet-untitled Tamil project starring Silambarasan aka Simbu due to date issues.
"Trisha was so excited about Selva's project. But since she had also signed two more Tamil projects, she couldn't allocate dates. The problem was that the dates she had given didn't match with that of Simbu's, who is busy with two projects as well," a source from the film's unit told IANS.
Simbu is currently busy working for Tamil romantic-drama "Achcham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada" and will soon resume work on "Vettai Mannan" as well.
Selva's project, which also features Taapsee Pannu, was slated to go on floors few days back but has been delayed.
"Trisha thought she could juggle between the projects, but since Selva's project didn't start on time, she was left with no other option than walking out of it," the source said.
Trisha will soon start working on yet-untitled Tamil thriller with Kamal Haasan, while "Aranmanai 2" will also start shortly.
This is the second Tamil project Trisha has walked out of in the last few months.