Her choice of scripts has always been relevant — making sure she struck a balance between masala films and performance roles. For every Tirupachi, there was an Abhiyum Naanum. Trisha still had a year to complete at Ethiraj College for Women when she began filming for Priyadharshan’s Lesa Lesa. “I would attribute it to my choices in films and the directors I have worked with — especially those who have written roles with me in mind. Clear and prompt yet warm and congenial, Trisha’s approachability belied her star status. I am not sure if the role was written with Trisha in mind, but there is a character that certainly seemed tailor-made for her. For all its worth, it might have well been written for Trisha herself. Piqued by the trailer and her role, I had approached Trisha for a quick chat. There is an opening monologue that describes Jessie in the film — beautiful, classy, well-read with a unique sense of style. But not only did I get a prompt reply, she agreed for a quick chat as well. For every Aranmanai 2, there was a Kodi. And of course, I do believe in luck as well,” she said. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Trisha’s career is noteworthy on several points. In an industry which still is surprised by leading ladies who choose to act after marriage, spending 15 years as a sought-after heroine is no easy task. From being the quintessential girl-next-door who did the part of a commercial heroine with finesse to tackling heavier roles, Trisha’s choices made sure she remained at the top. Arguably one of the leading and busiest stars in South, I wasn’t sure of getting a reply. With someone like Trisha, it was just magic. The effervescence when she says ‘Pesalame’ to Suriya in that film has only become stronger over the years as she pirouetted her way to becoming a fetching mix of aspirational qualities with a relatable twist. But Trisha has managed it, not only with talent but also with some smart choices. Her angelic smile and fetching have made sure that Trisha was noticed right from the start. Related News
Priya Prakash Varrier, aka ‘winking girl’, has more followers than Mark Zuckerberg on InstagramMohini trailer: Trisha Krishnan is quite the stunt queen in this horror flickHey Jude first look: Trisha and Nivin Pauly have a cute rom-com in storeHer first Malayalam film was about to hit the screens when I had my first interaction with Trisha Krishnan. And she turns 35 today — while not being on the right side of 30 might be a cause of worry for other heroines, it definitely won’t be one for Trisha. Due to the delay in Lesa Lesa’s release, Ameer’s Mounam Pesiyathe became Trisha’s debut on screen. Fresh from her pageant success, Trisha reportedly had four films with big banners in her kitty even before her first film got released. One of most realistically-written characters ever, Jessie was annoying. In my interview with her, Trisha credited her director and her choices as well for her longevity. That’s Jessie from Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaaya. Her inconsistency irks you, but it is impossible to judge her for it. She is one of the important names who are now trying to get rid of the industry’s ageist prejudices when it comes to women. It is also my most favourite character played by Trisha. If you can give what it takes to look and emote the part, nothing else matters. 2018-05-04T07:16:10+05:30″>
Published: May 4, 2018 7:16:10 am
Happy birthday Trisha Krishnan: Trisha turns 35 today. She is just getting into her most interesting phase yet. But one does have to notice that the film happened eight years after she stepped into the spotlight. With several interesting projects including one on India’s first female detective, Trisha is a classic example of what consistency can achieve. After all, we are talking about a heroine who has ruled the hearts of audiences across industries for more than fifteen years.