Director Govi, who has started Trisha’s bi-lingual film Nayagi, says the film will be a comedy-horror flick. “My film has 98% comedy and 2% horror. That’s why I’m calling it a comedy-horror film and not the other way,” he says.
Music director Raghu has convinced Trisha to croon for the film’s promotional track which is expected to get featured in the title credits. Ganesh Venkatraman is joining hands with Trisha after the acclaimed Abhiyum Naanum which marked his debut.