Trisha Krishnan’s tailor-made on-screen characters &
Among very few heroines in the Tamil Film Industry, Trisha Krishnan is one of the evergreen heroines who has played a lot of memorable characters.
Beyond looks and fitness, it is only the character that provides enough exposure to an actor, thus making him or her into a star. In her career spanning over 20 years, Trisha presented herself on the silver screen via noteworthy characters.
From being a junior artist in films such as Jodi to becoming one of the most-wanted heroines, Trisha has endured a lot in the industry. If not for her versatility and flexibility in playing diverse characters, Trisha would not have attained the desired position in the industry.
Bhuvana is a simple yet beautiful college going girl who aspires to be the life partner of Thirunelveli police officer Arusaamy played by Chiyaan Vikram. The film was directed by commercial master Hari with music by Harris Jeyaraj.
Bhuvana’s innocence and traditional values gained authenticity among the audience. The chilli powder scene gets the ideal characteristics of Bhuvana on the silver screen. The film became a super-hit at the box office, thus providing a big break in Trisha’s career.
Dhana Lakshmi (Ghilli)
Ghilli Dhanalaskhmi placed Trisha on the list of most happening heroines in the South Indian film industry. The film had Vijay playing the lead role and the film was directed by Dharani.
The free-spirited nature of a young girl (Dhanalakshmi) gets trapped in a helpless situation until the arrival of Velu (protagonist played by Vijay). The film also starred Prakash Raj playing Muthupandi which later became a trademark character.
Jessie (Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa)
If Trisha’s career should be measured with the threshold, then Jessie should be its dividing point. The romantically complicated character was sketched by Gautham Vasudev Menon for the film Vinnaithaaandi Varuvaaya (2020).
The character became a signature for romance and received accolades from fans including critics. Jessie is easily the finest character played by Trisha in her career.
Nobody would have imagined the antagonist shade inside Trisha Krishnan until Rudhra came into play via Kodi starring Dhanush. The RS Durai Senthil Kumar film had Trisha paying an opportunistic politician, Rudhra.
The ruthless attitude of a power-hungry woman politician is carried out at ease by Trisha in the film that was produced by Vetri Maaran under his Grass Root Film Company.
After VTV, Trisha’s romance brewed up in 96 alongside Vijay Sethupathi. The lifecycle of the character Janaki gained life via Trisha’s flawless performance.
The film was directed by Prem Kumar with music by Govind Vasantha. The film re-instated the presence of Trisha, the actress in the Tamil film industry.