Today (May 4) is the birthday of Trisha. For the past two decades, the Petta actress has been winning hearts for her incredible performances in movies mainly Tamil and Telugu.
Fans are celebrating Trisha’s birthday by trending #HBDSouthQueenTrisha, and with a common social media display picture (CDP) along with the tagline ‘Once a Trishian, always a Trishian’.
A fan greeted, “Birthday Wishes To @TrishTrashers Mam From All Thalapathy @ActorVijay Fans 😍💐
Wishing You A Wonderful Day And All The Most Amazing Things On This Upcoming Year With All Success And Happiness..!! ❤️ #HBDSouthQueenTrisha#HBDTrishFromThalapathyFans.”
Another fan wrote: “#HBDSouthQueenTrisha I wish you all the happiness and success…. You’re so freaking precious… An actual ball of sunshine… I love you so much. 🥰😍🤗 @trishtrashers.”
Trisha is one among the very few actors from the South who has stayed relevant with her work in spite of being around for nearly two decades. From an uncredited role in 1999 Tamil film Jodi to films such as Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya and 96; Trisha has come a long way charting her own path to success.
Meanwhile, director Gautham Menon and actress Trisha have teamed up for a project during the lockdown. The actress took to social media to give the audience a sneak peek of the film that they are a part of.
In the video, Gautham is seen instructing Trisha to change the settings of her camera, ahead of the shoot. It is unclear whether they have joined hands for a short film or a music video. The 96 actress shared a video of her prepping for the shoot.
Sharing the video, Trisha wrote, “What a fun morning. Can’t wait to show you guys what we filmed. Thank you @menongautham.” In the video that Trisha shared on her Twitter account, she is seen talking to the Enai Noki Paayum Thota director, Gautham Menon over a video call. The director is giving Trisha instructions on how to pan the camera for a good shot.