The actor has been making interesting career choices by taking up women-centric roles.

Trisha to play detective in Kuttrappayirchi
Flix Kollywood Thursday, February 01, 2018 - 14:01
Written by  Digital Native

Actor Trisha, who has been making very interesting career choices lately, recently thanked her fans on the occasion of clocking 15 years in the industry. The milestone is probably the mark of a new chapter in her career as she’s on a signing spree and she’s flying solo. With projects such as Mohini, 1818, 96 and Garjanai in her kitty, she has signed yet another heroine-centric project titled Kuttrappayirchi, in which she will be seen playing a detective. According to debutant director Verniq, a former associate of director Bala, Trisha’s role is inspired from Rajani Pandit, India’s first female detective.

To be produced by G. Vivekanandan, the film will be set in 1980s and the story will be based on a real life murder case. Surbhi and Super Subbarayan will play supporting roles. The project is expected to go on the floors very soon. Radhan, who shot to fame with Arjun Reddy, has been signed to compose music. Trisha is very much in the big league but her choice of films has changed and that’s a good sign. Unlike her contemporaries, she is no longer after star heroes and is keen to take up of 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 actress. It’s interesting to note that both of them are from the same school Church Park and that makes the bond between them special. In a Twitter chat last year 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.”