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Trisha

Name :Trisha Krishnan
Nickname :Honey
DOB :04 May 1983
(Age 41 Yr. )

Personal Life

Education Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Religion Hinduism
Nationality Indian
Profession Actress
Place Madras ,  Tamil Nadu, India

Physical Appearance

Height 5 feet 5 inches
Weight 52 kg (approx.)
Body Measurements 33-25-34 Inches.
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Black

Family Status

Parents

Father- Krishnan Iyer

Mother- Uma Krishnan Iyer

Marital Status Single

Favourite

Color Black, White
Food Brown rice & Chicken curry
Actress Julia Roberts, Jennifer Lawrence, Manisha Koirala, Simran
Actor Tom Hanks, Salman Khan

Trisha Krishnan is an Indian actress and model who predominantly appears in Tamil and Telugu movies. She gained attention after taking first place in the Miss Chennai pageant in 1999, which marked her entrée into the movie business.  Because of her proficiency in all South Indian languages, Trisha is frequently referred to as the Queen of South India. The Times of India has listed her as one of South India's top actresses.

Education

Trisha Krishnan attended Sacred Heart Matriculation School in Church Park, Chennai, for her formal education, and then she attended Ethiraj College for Women to get a BBA in business administration. She worked as a model for many years and appeared in a number of print and television advertisements before breaking into the film industry. In her modelling career, she took first place in Miss Salem and Chennai beauty pageants.

Personal life

  • Trisha resides in Chennai with her mother and grandmother. Trisha's father died in October 2012. She can speak English, Hindi, Tamil, and French. She follows a vegetarian diet.
  • Her mother, Uma Krishnan, accompanies Trisha on film shoots, events, and functions, and they have appeared together in a commercial advertisement. Uma had been offered various roles by several Tamil film makers and actors including Kamal Haasan, but turned them down as she wanted to concentrate on Trisha's career. About her relationship with her mother, Trisha remarked: "She has been the pillar of my strength and has stood by me like a rock through thick and thin. Everyone in the industry and my friends know how close I'm to my mom."
  • On 23 January 2015, Trisha became engaged to Varun Manian, a Chennai-based businessman. In May 2015, she confirmed that the couple had ended their engagement.

Film career

1999–2003: Early career and success

  • Soon after her pageant success, Trisha began her acting career in a minor supporting role as Simran's friend in the romantic drama Jodi (1999). The first film she accepted was the Priyadarshan-directed Lesa Lesa, with the promotional posters for the film, also creating an offer to star in the A. R. Rahman musical hit, Enakku 20 Unakku 18 (2003). 
  • Her subsequent release was the Hari-directed action film, Saamy (2003) with Vikram. She played a soft-spoken college-going Brahmin girl and received positive reviews for her performance, with Sify's reviewer citing that she was "appealingly sensual" and looked "glamorous", and another critic writing that she looked "very pretty" and suited the role.
  • Her fourth and final release of the year was Enakku 20 Unakku 18 (2003), which was commercially unsuccessful, but nevertheless helped proper her career due to its critically acclaimed music and visuals.

2004–2008: Stardom in Telugu and Tamil cinema

  • In 2004, she debuted in Telugu cinema with M. S. Raju-produced romantic action film Varsham, which turned her into an overnight sensation. Critics lauded her performance as Sailaja, a middle-class girl who becomes a film star on her father's insistence; Jeevi from Idlebrain stated that she was "beautiful" and a "big plus to the film", labelling her performance as "natural", while Sify noted that she had "transformed herself into a fine actress with immense screen presence". 
  • Later in 2004, she acted as the female lead opposite Vijay in the action comedy film Ghilli. She played the character of Dhanalakshmi, a helpless girl who is protected from a thug by a Kabaddi player. 
  • Continuing her string of releases in 2005, she then starred alongside Mahesh Babu in the action thriller Athadu, which proved to be a critical and commercial success, and her performance as Poori earned her third nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu.
  • Her 2008 Tamil films, Bheema and Kuruvi, failed at the box-office. In the Telugu film Krishna with Ravi Teja became a blockbuster. Her following 2008 release Bujjigadu, directed by Puri Jagannadh and starring Prabhas, had a decent run. 

2009–2017: Further success

  • Her 2009 films Sarvam with Arya and Sankham opposite Gopichand did not do well and became just average grossers. Trisha had a major role, starring as a Syrian Christian Malayali girl Jessie, in Gautham Vasudev Menon's 2010 Tamil romantic drama Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa, which was a major commercial success at the box office.
  • Trisha's releases in 2015 included Yennai Arindhaal opposite Ajith Kumar, Thoongavanam with Kamal Haasan, and Bhooloham with Jayam Ravi in Tamil. She also acted in the horror film Aranmanai 2 (2017).

2018–present: Critical acclaim and continued career

  • In 2016, she starred in the political drama Kodi alongside Dhanush, which proved to be a critical and commercial success, earning her the Filmfare Award for Best Actress (Critics) – Tamil, in addition to her fourth nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil.
  • She was next seen in Mani Ratnam's 2022 film Ponniyin Selvan: I, in the role of the Chola princess, Kundavai, where her performance received critical acclaim. Her next appearance was in Tamil movie Raangi (2022). Her first release of 2023 was the sequel Ponniyin Selvan: II, where she reprised her role as Kundavai.
  • Her next release, Leo, is due on 19 October 2023. She has three other projects pending an official release date – these are Ram, The Road, Sathuranga Vettai 2, a sequel to Sathuranga Vettai (2014) and Kamal Haasan-Mani Ratnam's film titled Thug Life.

Controversies

#Suchi Leaks (2017)

Suchi Leaks was a trending Hashtag that tagged  private videos and moments of Celebs. Trisha was one of the most significant leaks in the Suchi Leaks issue because of her close relationships with actors Rana, Dhanush, and Anirudh, among a few others. A photo of Trisha and Dhanush sharing a bed as well as a photo of Trisha and Rana sharing a kiss went viral. For which she was blashed and trolled for her secret relationship.

PETA (2010)

PETA is an organization that provides shelter for the Homeless and Street Animals. Trisha represents PETA's brand in south India. It was that time of the year when pro-Jallikattu demonstrations were at their height and people were rising up to defend their culture and oppose PETA. Trisha too experienced significant criticism after supporting PETA.

Social Work

Trisha is UNICEF's well-known child rights spokesman in Chennai. She was named a UNICEF celebrity supporter in November 2017, making her the first actor from the South Indian subcontinent. She is the only South Indian performer to receive the UNICEF superstar advocate designation. 
She will advocate for the rights of children, especially young women. The entertainer will support efforts to address issues that young people in Tamil Nadu and Kerala are concerned about, such as weakness, early marriage, job, and child abuse.

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