Trisha and CM Jayalalithaa share similarities like both of them went to the same school, Church Park convent in Chennai. Jayalalithaa too was a successful actress before venturing into politics.
Last year, in an interview with News 18, Trisha said that she would love to 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.
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 the Nivin Pauly-starrer Hey Jude. 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.