Trisha has completed 15 years in films.

Thank my directors whove given me wonderful films Trisha
Flix Kollywood Friday, December 15, 2017 - 13:32

The journey of Trisha Krishnan as an actor is quite interesting, considering she swore never to enter cinema soon after winning the Miss Chennai beauty pageant.

Earlier this week, she reached a new milestone and it marked the successful completion of 15 years of her career in front of the camera.

On the occasion, she took to Twitter to say: “If there’s one thing I did right, it was choosing to stand for against all odds, go with purely my gut, give it my 100% while it gave me back double, this is it. And I wouldn’t trade a day for anything else. Thank you all for being part of my most beautiful journey.”

Speaking to Deccan Chronicle, she said that she’d like to thank all those filmmakers who made great films with her:

"I am so grateful and overwhelmed with the love pouring in. And a big thanks to my fans that have stood by me through it all. I would also like to thank my directors, who have written scripts for me and given me such wonderful films.”

Having starred alongside all the top stars such as Kamal Haasan, Vijay, Ajith, Vikram and Suriya in his illustrious career, Trisha has been part of memorable and hit films. She has also had her share of bad films and flops; however, she continued to hold her ground despite facing setbacks.

On the career front, Trisha has about half a dozen projects in her kitty. She currently has Garjanai, the Tamil remake of NH10 in the pipeline, apart from projects such as Sathuranga Vettai 2, 96, Mohini and 1818. This year also marks her Malayalam debut with Nivin Pauly in Hey Jude.

Trisha is very much in the big league but her choice of films has changed and that’s a good sign. Unlike the current crop, she is no longer after star heroes and is keen to take on women-centric projects. One of her dreams is to play late TN Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa in her biopic.

In a recent chat with her fans on Twitter, she reiterated that she is still open to the idea of starring in a biopic on the veteran politician. It’s interesting to note that both of them are from the same school Church Park.

In her Twitter chat, when asked to pick from three women - Kalpana Chawla, Jayalalithaa, and Marilyn Monroe – on whose biopic she will work on, she said Jayalalithaa. Last year, in an interview to News 18, Trisha said she would love work in the biopic of Jayalalithaa because: “I think she is all woman power and that's the biopic I would like to do. She has got a very interesting career graph as well a very intriguing political graph.” Unfortunately, no filmmaker so far has expressed interest in doing a biopic on Jayalalithaa so far. 

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