Quarantine Life: Trisha Shares A Skype Chat Of Her Talking To Rana Daggubati And Other Friends!

This seems to be a good time to reconnect!

Even today, there are dolls and Kurthis sold in the name of Jaanu. Trisha has made Jaanu so lively that will remain unforgettable and also adds a feather on Trisha’s cap. Fondly known as the reigning queen of South cinema, Trisha is all set to release her next ‘Paramapadham Vilayattu’.

Apart from the great films she does, the actress has always been a part of lots of link-ups but that is usual for an actor who brings great chemistry onscreen. However, Rana was the one who wasn’t just all about onscreen. During the famous talk-show ‘Koffee With Karan’, the ‘Bahubali’ actor concluded that they were dating on and off but they will always remain great friends.

Whereas Trisha has not be been very open about her private life in the recent past. Ever since quarantine happened, many are finding this to be a chance to reconnect with friends and so is Trisha.

The actress went on to share her live conversations through social media on Instagram and it is with none other than Rana Daggubati but there was another person who joined the chat and it was Rana’s cousin and Tollywood’s star Allu Arjun. Trisha also connected with her friend from the Kollywood film industry, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar.


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Actress #trisha staying connected with her friends during #quarantine ❤️ How are you guys staying connected while #physicaldistancing ? . . #actress #tollywood #kollywood #celebrity #actorslife #stayhome #staysafe #jfwdigital

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Similarly, this seems to be the right time to connect with friends and family. Get in touch with those you have had a misunderstanding with and also make sure you get back with those you have lost touch with for a while now. This is the time to connect while at home. Stay safe and stay at home!


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