Trisha played an important role in the 2004 blockbuster movie “Ghilli”. In the film, she portrayed the character of Dhanalakshmi, a young college student who gets caught up in the dangerous world of gangsters. Trisha’s performance as the innocent and vulnerable Dhanalakshmi was both captivating and heartwarming. Her chemistry with Vijay, who played the lead role, was also praised by audiences and critics alike. Trisha’s portrayal of Dhanalakshmi in “Ghilli” is considered one of her most memorable performances and a standout role in her illustrious career.
Trisha played a pivotal role in Tamil romantic drama Vinnaithaandi Varuvaya directed by Gautham Menon. In the movie, Trisha played the character of Jessie, a Christian girl from a conservative family who falls in love with the Hindu boy Karthik, played by Simbu. Trisha’s portrayal of Jessie was lauded by both critics and audiences, as she effortlessly portrayed the character’s vulnerability, strength, and emotional turmoil. Her on-screen chemistry with Simbu was also highly praised, making the romantic drama a blockbuster hit. Trisha’s performance in Vinnaithaandi Varuvaya is widely considered one of the best in her career and remains a fan-favorite to this day.
Trisha’s role in the 2016 Tamil political thriller “Kodi,” directed by RS Durai Senthilkumar, was different from her usual characters. In the film, Trisha played Rudhra, an ambitious politician who is in love with another politician played by Dhanush. However, she has a hidden agenda to bring him down and take his place as a powerful political figure. This complex and layered role was unlike any other Trisha had played in her two-decade-long career. She received high praise for her outstanding performance in the film, which showcased her range and versatility as an actress. Trisha’s portrayal of Rudhra in Kodi was a career-defining role and a standout performance in the film.
Trisha’s performance in the 2019 Tamil romantic drama “96,” directed by C Prem Kumar, is one of the most unforgettable moments of her career. In the film, Trisha played the role of Janu, a married woman and a mother who regrets not expressing her love for her classmate, played by Vijay Sethupathi. Trisha’s portrayal of Janu was highly praised for her natural screen presence, relatable emotions, and heart-wrenching performance. Her chemistry with Sethupathi was electric, making the romantic drama a blockbuster hit. Janu is widely regarded as one of the most iconic female protagonists of Tamil cinema. Trisha’s performance in 96 is a must-watch for all film enthusiasts who appreciate nuanced and moving performances.
Trisha plays Kundavai, the daughter of Chola emperor Sundara Cholan in the epic film Ponniyin Selvan. In Part 1, she faces political turmoil and threats to the empire. In Part 2, she supports Arulmozhi Varman on his quest to become Rajaraja I. Kundavai is a wise ruler in her father’s absence, and plays a guiding role for her brothers. She has a cold war with Nandini throughout the story, and is in love with Vandhiyathevan. The film is full of drama, romance, and political intrigue set in ancient India.Trisha’s portrayal of the character was a masterclass in acting.
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