With his latest release, Yaamirukka Bayamey, garnering favourable response, Kreshna is on cloud nine. “It was a different genre that we tried and it worked,” says the actor, adding that “it feels good when hard work pays off.” Kreshna recently completed a shooting stint for Vanmam in Nagercoil, where he shared frames with Vijay Sethupathi and Sunaina. The career graph of this actor, who made his debut six years back, seems to be on the rise now.
Thirumanam Yenum Nikah is scheduled to release shortly. The film, directed by Anees, stars Jai, Nazriya and Arjun Raghavendra, among others. It is about two youngsters from traditional families who, after they fall in love, hide their real identities and carry on a game of pretense. A breezy rom-com, it is touted as a wholesome family entertainer.
Directors Bala and Mysskin have teamed up for a new project, Pisaasu. While Bala is producing the film, Mysskin wields the megaphone. A psychological thriller centred on the paranormal, Mysskin did extensive research at several US universities for it. If the product turns out to be as interesting and engaging as Mysskin’s last release, Onaayum Aatukuttiyum, the audience will be in
for a treat.