Trisha Krishnan (born 4 May 1983), known as Khali Trisha, is an Indian actress and model who works primarily in cinema in South India where she has had a successful career. Chennai-born Trisha, Miss Chennai and similar beauty came into the limelight after winning the competition. Trisha Krishnan Biography Age, Height and Movies
She was a success with Tamil films Sami, Gilli and Telugu film Varsham. Trisha made her debut in Hindi films with Priyadarshan’s film Khatta Meetha. Trisha is a supporter of the organization who advocates ethical behavior with animals and is against the injustice done to animals.
Trisha is the only child of her parents born in Tamil Iyer family in Chennai in 1983. She completed her studies from Sacred Heart Matriculation School, Chennai, later going on to do business from Itiraj College for Women. Graduated in Administration (BBA). In 1999 Trisha won Miss Salem and Miss Chennai beauty pageant in 2000, after which she started getting films and advertisements. She also won the “Beautiful Smile” award at the 2001 Miss India.
She was first seen in Falguni Pathak’s song “Meri Chunar Ud-Ud Jae” as Ayesha Takia’s friend. The first film was his Jodi Tamil film in which his character was Shreyarith. Later, Priyadarshan approached Trisha for an acting role in his Tamil film Lesa. However, the film was severely lengthy. Gaya, so the 2002 Tamil film Mounam Pes
iyade was the first film in her lead role. The 2003 film Saami, opposite Vikram in which she played the Tamil Brahmin girl, was Trisha’s first successful film.
In 2004, he ventured into Telugu cinema, with Varsham which made him an overnight sensation. Her character, a middle-class girl who becomes a film star at her father’s insistence, was widely appreciated. Trisha received the Film fare Award South for Best Actress (Telugu) among others for her performance Her next film was a Tamil film titled Gilli opposite Vijay. The film proved to be the biggest hit of 2004.
Many of Trisha’s films appeared in the years, but her characters in them were submerged in front of her male colleagues and her work was limited. The 2005 film Nuvvostanante Nenoddanton was his second Telugu film. Curry was the first film directed by Prabhu Deva in which Siddharth was the lead actor.
She received the Film fare Award for the second consecutive Best Actress (Telugu) and the first Nandi Award for her role as a village girl played by Trisha. The film eventually secured eight Southern Film fare Awards, the most by any Telugu film, while the film also became a huge success at the box office. Trisha also reprized her role in its Tamil remake.
Her next films, Zee and Adi, in which she paired opposite Ajit Kumar and Vijay respectively, were critical and financial failures. The successes of Varsham and Nuvvostanante Nenoddanton earned him the third Telugu film of MS Raju, Purninami. This film with Trisha’s titular role became a big failure. Trisha’s last Tamil film of 2006, Unakkam Inakkam, a remake of Nuvvostanthe Nenoddanton, was a huge success at Tikad Window. Her next Telugu film was Stalin opposite Chiranjeevi and then opposite Mahesh Babu in Sainikudu.