Trisha Krishnan points out similarities between her characters from Ghilli and 96

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Trisha Krishnan is a very popular name in the South Indian film industry. She has been ruling the Tamil Industry over around the last two decades, and she has won an enormous fan following. Her roles in films are unforgettable and fans still celebrate her characters for years on end. Trisha has gone on to make a mark in Tamil as well as Telugu and Kannada films.

Some of her notable characters include Buvana in the film Saamy (2003), Dhanalakshmi in the film Ghilli (2004), Abhi in the film Abhiyum Nanum (2008), Sandhya in the film Sarvam (2009) and Jessie in the film Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (2010).  She also recently interacted with adolescents and youngsters virtually and discussed the innovative solutions for ending all forms of violence against children.

Now, Trisha has seemingly struck out similarities between her characters from Ghilli with  Thalapathy Vijay and  96 with Vijay Sethupathi. She has shared a video on her Twitter handle.

 

In the video divided horizontally into two, we see that the climaxes of both the films have the heroes Thalapathy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi, respectively, saying goodbye to Trisha at the airport. Trisha paired up with Thalatpathy Vijay for the film Ghilli, which was a remake of Mahesh Babu’s Telugu blockbuster Okkadu. Likewise, Trisha had received a positive response for her role in 96.

On the work front, the actress was last seen on the big screen in Rajinikanth starrer Petta which was directed by Karthik Subbaraj. She was also seen in a lockdown short-film Karthik Dial Seytha Yenn directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon.  Trisha’s upcoming films include Ponniyin Selvan. which has been directed by Mani Ratnam. Ponniyin Selvan is the historical fiction written by Kalki based on the life of ancient Tamil king Raja Raja Cholan.

 

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