5 Times We Fell in Love with Trisha in the Movies

 An actress’ mere presence is enough to light up the mood of the audience. However, it is no easy feat to sustain in this extremely competitive industry. Only a few heroines manage to soar to great heights And one such actress is Trisha. Her cinematic journey began in the year 2002, with Mounam Pesiyadhe. With over 50 films to her credit, the actress has essayed several roles on the screen. From playing the role of a sweet lover to an action heroine, Trisha has always wowed us. 5 times we fell in love with the on-screen characters she has played.

Bhuvana in Mounam Pesiyadhe
With oodles of innocence and confidence, Bhuvana was a true sweetheart. You may not notice her in the crowd, as she’s quiet and soft spoken. What’s more? She is a dedicated vegetarian – a lover of curd rice – and believes in saving money. Now who wouldn’t like her?
Meera in Ayudha Ezhuthu
A little outgoing and a little spunky, Meera represents the modern girl. She had no qualms about making friends instantly. Her simple and casual look seemed very summer -friendly! 
Jessie in Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa
Jessie is one character that stands out because of her unique traits. She’s soft spoken, caring but she isn’t very trustworthy. Her mood swings broke her relationship, her indecisive nature turned her life upside down. So why did we love Jessie? It’s because she portrayed a vulnerable and a very real character that’s very easy to relate to. Her simple yet pretty looks would make any guy weak in his knees. 
Mallika in Thoongavanam
Fierce, strong and deadly – Mallika is one character who can take on the bad guys with ease. Her never-say-die attitude and smartness are the characteristics of a confident woman. Donning a smart jacket and a make-up free look, Mallika serves as a motivation for those have a never-give-up attitude. Mallika is the hero we need!
Hemanika in Yennai Arindhaal
Hemanika has no inhibitions about being a single mother. She followed her passion and continued dancing. She decided to move on in life without fear – breaking the stereotypes, giving a lot of women a hope to do the same.
Happy Birthday, Trisha. We hope to see you in a variety of roles in the future! Keep rocking!
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