Trisha Krishnan Biography
Trisha Krishnan born 4 May 1983) referred to mononymously as Trisha, is an Indian film performer and model, who essentially works in South Indian movies, where she has set up herself as a main on-screen character. She was seen subsequent to winning a few wonder expos like the Miss Madras challenge (1999), which denoted her entrance into filmdom.
Subsequent to showing up in a supporting part in the 1999 Tamil film Jodi, she had her first lead part in the 2002 film Mounam Pesiyadhe. She later rose to notoriety featuring in the fruitful movies, Saamy (2003) and Ghilli (2004) in Tamil silver screen and Varsham (2004) in Telugu silver screen, for which she anchored her first South Filmfare Best Actress Award. She proceeded to win the honor two more occasions for Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana (2005) and Aadavari Matalaku Ardhalu Verule (2007). In 2010, she made her Bollywood début in Khatta Meetha.
She was found in her profession best exhibitions in Abhiyum Naanum (2008) and Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (2010) for which she won Vijay Award for Favorite Heroine and was assigned for Filmfare Best Tamil Actress Award.
Trisha was destined to malayali Krishnan and Uma in Chennai (at that point known as Madras) into a Tamil Brahmin family in the Palakkad, Kerala. She finished tutoring at the Sacred Heart Matriculation School in Church Park, Chennai, and later sought after a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) course at the Ethiraj College for Women (Chennai). She wandered into displaying and showed up in a few print and TV ads. In 1999, she won the “Miss Salem” excellence exhibition, and later that year, the Miss Madras challenge. She had additionally won the Miss India 2001 expo’s “Delightful Smile” grant.