Trisha Krishnan – Biography of one of the Best Indian Actress

Trisha Krishnan

Who is Trisha Krishnan

Trisha Krishnan was born on May 4, 1983 in Pallakad, Kerala, India. She speaks English, Hindi, Tamil and French. She studied in Church Park, India and Ethiraj College, India. He is an only child, She lives with his parents and grandmother. She was introduced to the film industry through director Ameer Sultan’s film Mounam Pesiyadhe (2002) where she acted opposite Suriya.

After that, she starred in Priyadarshan’s Tamil film Laysa Laysa (2003). She was crowned Miss Chennai in 2000 and won Miss Salem in 1999 and won Miss India Beautiful Smile in 2001. Among her hobbies are music, reading and swimming.

Early life

Trisha Krishnan was born in the Tamil Nadu city of the Iyer family of Palakkad. Her late father, Krishnan, was the general manager of a luxury hotel in Hyderabad. He died sadly in October 2012. Her mother’s name is Uma Krishnan. She got engaged to Chennai-based businessman and actor Varun Manian on January 23, 2015.

In May 2015, Trisha announced that she and Varun were calling off their engagement. Many theories have speculated as to why they ended their engagement, with Varun asking Trisha to stop dealing with her family’s concerns about marrying an actress. Dhanush reportedly attended their engagement, which is another contributing factor. Varun gets angry when Dhanush shows up for their engagement and they fight. Many actors including Vijay, Dhanush and Prabhas have been roped in.

Education by Trisha Krishnan

She was educated at Sacred Heart Matriculation High School, Chennai. She graduated for a degree in Business Administration from Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai. One of Trisha’s career aspirations is to work as a psychologist.
She was educated at Sacred Heart Matriculation High School, Chennai. She graduated for a degree in Business Administration from Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai. One of Trisha’s career aspirations is to work as a psychologist.

Her Carrer

Trisha Krishnan started her modeling career in 1998 while pursuing mathematics. She has appeared in numerous print and television commercials. Trisha won both Miss Salem and Miss Madras in the same year, 1999.

She made her acting debut in the 1999 Tamil film “Jodi” as ‘Maara Gayathri.’ The film is directed by Praveen Gandhi. Following this, she appeared alongside Ayesha Takia in Falguni Pathak’s music video “Meri Chunar Udd Udd Jaye”.

Trisha Krishnan

Trisha was approached for the title role of ‘Balamani in the film “Lesa Lesa” (2003), but the film was delayed and “Mounam Pesiyadhe” (2002) became her first outing in a lead role. She has acted in many commercially successful Tamil films such as ‘Saamy’ (2003), ‘Ghilli’ (2004), ‘Kireedam’ (2007), ‘Bheemaa’ (2008), ‘Sarvam’ (2009). , ‘Vinnaithandi Varuvaayaa’ (2010), ‘Mankatha’ (2011), ‘Endrendrum Punnagai’ (2013), ‘Aranmanai 2’ (2016), ‘Kodi’ (2016), ’96’ (2018), and ‘Petta’ (2019).

Tr made his Telugu debut in the 2003 film “Nee Manasu Naaku Telusu” featuring “Preethi” directed by Jyothi Krishna. Elle est apparue dans un certain nombre de films Telugu na succès business, especially “Varsham” (2004), “Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana” (2005), “Pournami” (2006), “Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule” (2007), “Krishna” (2008), “Garde du corps” (2012), “Lion” (2015) and “Nayaki” (2016). My first Bollywood debut was “Gehna Ganphule” in 2010 “Khatta Meetha” in Priyadarshan. Despite the commercial problems and critical acclaim of the film, she was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut.

In the 2014 film “Power,” she made her Kannada debut as ‘Prashanti.’ The director of the film is K. Madesh.

She made her debut in Malayalam in the 2018 film “Hey Jude” as “Crystal Ann Chakraparambu”. Jeethu Joseph is the director of the movie.

Facts about Trisha Krishnan

  • Tipu Sultan’s full name is Sultan Fateh Ali Khan Shahab
  • She learned to shoot, ride a horse and use a sword at an early age. This helped him capture the Malabar chieftain’s family at the age of 15 with an army of 2,000 to 3,000 men. In India, Tipu is considered the inventor of rocket technology.
  • Tipu Sultan wrote Fathul Mujahidin, a military manual. The manual describes the operations of the Mysore mines.
  • After Tipu Sultan’s death, the British army captured his sword and ring as war trophies. The Sultan despised Hinduism at one point, but his ring had “Ram” written on it.
  • Tipu Sultan’s remains and possessions were displayed at the British Museum until 2004. Later, Vijay Mallya bought Tipu Sultan’s gun at auction.
  • Tipu Sultan is said to have replaced the original names of many places with Muslim names. At the time of his revision, as erelalabore is the one who repeats Sultanabad, Sultanabad is called again, Sulhanabad is called again, CANDIGUL is Dindiqabad, Rinnagir.
  • Tipu Sultan had lost his sword in a fight with the Nairs of Travancore in the Battle of Nedumkotta (1789). He was forced to retreat due to the invasion of Travancore and the British.
  • Tipu Sultan was fond of farming and horticulture. During the Second Anglo-Mysore War, he won an important victory over the British.
  • During the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, the Sultan was killed while defending his stronghold at Srirangapatnam against the combined forces of the British East India Company and the Nizam of Hyderabad.

Awards by Trisha

Trisha won other awards from Kalaimamani Award, Most Popular Tamil Actress for Multiple Films, Best Actress of the Decade, Female Lead, Best Actress in leading role – female for Thongaa Vanam & Yennai Arindhaal, The Golden Princess of South Indian Cinema Excellence in Acting since 2002, CineMAA Award for Best Actress, Favorite Heroine, Actress best, South Star of the Year, Icon Award.

Icon Youth Cinema South India, 10 Years of Excellence in Tamil Cinema, Critics Choice Best Actress in Malayalam, Special Jury Award for Best Actress, Evergreen Nayaki, FeTNA Awards, Hindu World Of Women Awards, Vanitha Awards , Vamsee Awards, NAFA Awards, Avalvikatan Awards, V4 Entertainment MGR-SIVAJI Academy Awards, Provoke Lifestyle Awards, Tamil Nadu State Film Awards

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