Trisha-krishnanA heroine’s career in South films is limited to a short duration of about 5 years. With the advent of new young faces, the offers start becoming meagre and either seniors get married or move on to play character roles. But South dusky beauty Trisha certainly defied the popular myth on actresses career span in films.

She made her debut in 1999 with a Tamil film ‘Jodi’ as a supporting actress and later made her debut into Tollywood with ‘Varsham’ in 2004. After 15 years in South Cinema, Trisha is still doing heroine roles with top heroes. That doesn’t mean she has no ups and downs in her career. After a couple of flops, many film makers had written her off as heroine opposite big names. Rumours made rounds that Trisha is ready to marry.

But in 2013 ‘Endremdrum Punnagai’, a Tamil film came to the rescue of the actress’ drowning career which acted as a lifebuoy and once again helped the actress to bounce back. With the success of the film, Trisha started getting big offers again. Presently this film is being dubbed into Telugu as ‘Chirunavvula Chirujallu’ and is getting ready for release soon.

This film has Jeeva playing the lead role and Trisha received the nomination for best actress in SIIMA awards. Andrea Jermia, Nasser, Santhanam and Vinay played others played important roles in the film. Madhi’s cinematography was lauded to be top notch. This film is produced by Johny under R.A. Art Productions and getting ready for release on 21st November.