Brinda teaser out: Trisha debuts on OTT with this SonyLIV’s thriller series

The web show will premiere on 2 August in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali, and Hindi.

BySouth First Desk

Published Jul 09, 2024 | 4:38 PM Updated Jul 09, 2024 | 4:46 PM

Brinda web series teaser out

SonyLIV released the teaser for its upcoming Telugu suspense thriller series, Brinda, starring Trisha. Written and directed by Surya Manoj Vangala, the web show will be Trisha’s debut on the OTT platform.

Brinda teaser opens with a scene of a young girl about to be burned at the stake as a religious sacrifice. A voiceover states, “Our battle isn’t against the anger, betrayal, and hatred within us; our battle is to preserve the goodness we have, ensuring it doesn’t fade away.” We then see Trisha’s character, a cop, taking on a personal case.

Brinda teaser hints at a gripping drama depicting the battle between good and evil.

Director Surya Vangala described Brinda as a captivating story that will not only entertain viewers but also prompt them to reflect on their own beliefs.

“It’s a powerful, female-led narrative, and I am thrilled to direct this series. Brinda’s character is complex, revealing different layers as the story unfolds. Working with Trisha Krishnan has been a pleasure, and with Brinda, we aim to redefine the genre and push boundaries in the Telugu industry,” he said.

Brinda also stars Malayalam actor Indrajith Sukumaran in a significant role, alongside Jayaprakash, Aamani, Ravindra Vijay, Anand Sami, and Rakendu Mouli.

Written by Surya and Padmavathi Malladi, the web series features music by Shakthikanth Karthik, cinematography by Dinesh K Babu, editing by Anwar Ali, and production design by Avinash Kolla.

Produced by Adding Advertising LLP, Brinda will premiere on SonyLIV on 2 August in multiple languages, including Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali, and Hindi.

Celebrating her 20th year in the industry, Trisha is well-acquainted with the pressures of high expectations. Despite acknowledging the slumps in her career, she consistently finds ways to rebound.

“Whenever things don’t go well, I find a film that helps me make a comeback. Directors like Gautham Menon and Mani sir give me significant and memorable roles. Ultimately, it’s all about the audience and their love,” Trisha said in an interview.

She also acknowledged that many actors work hard and give their best for every role, attributing her continued success to her loyal fans.

(Edited by Y Krishna Jyothi)

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