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PIC TALK: Trisha’s Adorable Birthday Celebrations With Her Grandma Will Win Your Heart!

The diva made the most of her day by celebrating at home with her family.

South India’s favourite actress, Trisha rang in her 37th birthday amidst the lockdown with her family. The actress took to her Instagram account to post stories of her cozy at home celebration along with her mother and grandmother.

The actress posted a video showing the different cakes that her family presented her with for her birthday. The actress shared various pictures of her celebrating her birthday at home, including a ‘house party’ call with her close friends. The actor was showered with an outpour of love from her friends, family, fans and peers from the industry.



The diva has five upcoming Tamil films including Mani Ratnams ‘Ponniyin Selvam’. The actor is said to be sharing screen-space with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Karthi,Chiyaan Vikram and Jayam Ravi in the film. It is rumoured that Trisha will be playing the Chola queen Kunthavai Nachiyar in the film.

The actor is also playing the lead role in the film Garjanai, a remake of the Bollywood film NH10. The film has finished filming and is waiting on a finalised release date. Her 60th film

Paramapadham Vilayattu was due to be released on 28th February. Trisha is also playing the lead role in A.R.Murugadoss’s action thriller film Raangi.
The actress recently made headlines for walking out of the Chiranjeevi’s Telugu film Acharya. Trisha had earlier confirmed that due to creative differences the actress would be walking out of the film. However, a shocked Chiranjeevi stated that there was no creative differences and that he was shocked that she even made the decision to walk out of the film.

Her second Malayalam film, Ram was said to be released in 2020. However, the film has now been rescheduled and is looking at a 2021 release. The film will be Trisha’s second Malayalam film and will see her paired opposite Mohanlal in an action thriller genre.

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