The story revolves around a struggling road construction cotractor,
Sachin Tichkule (Akshay Kumar), who dreams big but it never comes
true as he has no money to pay bribes. To make matters worse,
the new municipal commissioner turns out to be his ex-girlfriend
(Trisha), who now hates him.
"I am not doing comedy in the film; my role is pretty
much serious. So it's a very nice balance because Akshay plays
a very funny guy," Trisha said.
The actress said that it was Priyadarshan who had launched
her in south India as well in his film "Laysa Laysa"
"Priyan launched me in the south. So we know each other
and are family friends too. When he moved to Bollywood and started
doing Hindi films, he had told me that we should do something
together later and that he would call if something really interesting
came up," she said.
So how comfortable is she with Hindi?
"I can read and write Hindi very well. The only problem
is living in the south, especially in Chennai, I had not been
speaking Hindi for the last 10-15 years. But I think I've done
10-15 Telugu movies and I still don't know the language at all.
My Hindi is any day far better than that," Trisha said.