Trisha, who is the biggest survivor in Tamil cinema is in a happy space. She has achieved so much that even her detractors admire her and the actress is busy shooting simultaneously for three films.
She has gone through so many ups and downs and is still so passionate about her work. And what makes Trisha a director's dream is her dedication and professionalism. Recently top director Shyamaprasad of Hey Jude, her debut Malayalam film praised her work and dedication. He even insisted that Trisha dubs herself for the film.
There are so many things that make Trisha remarkable. She is choosy about the films that she signs has completed Hey Jude, and Sathuraga Vettai-2. Her horror thriller Mohini set in London has some patchwork left and currently the actress is taking a retreat holiday in Thailand.
She will be back next week and joining shoot of Vijay Sethupathi's 96 followed by Saamy-2. She has Garjanai (loosely based on NH 10 ) and 1818 in her kitty.
After earning positive reviews and awards for her riveting performance as an ambitious politician Rudhra in Kodi last year, Trisha was flooded with roles with grey shades but the actress politely refused them as she did not want to be typecast.
The latest we hear is that Trisha has signed a female-centric film titled Paramapadham written and directed by Thirugnanam in which she plays a doctor. Meanwhile her heist thriller Sathuranga Vettai 2 with Arvind Swamy is expected to hit the screens in November.