Trisha filmography

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Trisha facing the camera while sitting against a red wall
Trisha in 2011

Trisha is an Indian actress and model, active primarily in Tamil and Telugu films. She was first seen in 1999 in an uncredited role in Jodi, then in the music video of Falguni Pathak's song "Meri Chunar Udd Udd Jaye".[1] The first project she accepted as a lead actress was Priyadarshan's Lesa Lesa, but a delay in the film's release meant that her first appearance in a lead role was in Ameer's directorial debut Mounam Pesiyadhe in 2002, which was a commercial success.[2][3] The following year, she appeared as a terminally ill woman in Manasellam,[4] which was a commercial failure.[5]

Trisha's next release in 2003 was Hari's action film, Saamy in which she played a soft-spoken Brahmin girl and attracted praise for her performance.[6] The film became a major commercial success, resulting in Trisha receiving new offers, including those from several high-budget productions.[7][8] Lesa Lesa, which was to have been her debut, was released next. This romantic musical, based on the 1998 Malayalam film Summer in Bethlehem, earned her the ITFA Best New Actress Award.[9] Following Lesa Lesa, she starred in Alai and Enakku 20 Unakku 18 both of which were commercial failures.[10][5] She made her debut in Telugu cinema in the same year with Nee Manasu Naaku Telusu, which was also unsuccessful.[11][12] Her next Telugu release was Varsham in 2004. It was a major success, and won her the Filmfare Best Actress Award (Telugu).[13] It also resulted in her receiving more offers for roles in Telugu films.[11]

Later in 2004, Trisha played the role of a helpless girl a kabaddi player tries to save from a corrupt politician who wants to marry her in Ghilli.[14] It was a major commercial success.[15] She appeared in Mani Ratnam's political drama Aaytha Ezhuthu (2004), starring as part of an ensemble cast that included Siddharth, R. Madhavan and Suriya.[16] The Telugu romantic comedy Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana (2005) featured Trisha as a village girl and was a commercial success.[17] It earned her another Filmfare Award and her first Nandi Award for Best Actress.[18][19] She reprised the role in the Tamil remake Unakkum Enakkum (2006) which was also successful.[20][21] Selvaraghavan's Telugu film Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule (2007) won Trisha her third Filmfare Award.[22][23] The same year she featured opposite Ajith Kumar in A. L. Vijay's Kireedam, a box office success.[24] In 2008, her releases Bheemaa and Kuruvi both failed commercially,[25] while Abhiyum Naanum and Krishna earned her Filmfare nominations for Best Actress in the Tamil and Telugu categories respectively.[26][27]

Trisha starred in two films released in 2009: Sarvam and Sankham. The former was commercially unsuccessful,[28] while the latter was critically derided.[29] The following year, she played a Syrian Christian in Gautham Menon's romance Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa. It was a major commercial success and, as well as being a breakthrough film in her career,[30] earned her another Filmfare nomination.[31] The same year, she made her Hindi cinema debut with Khatta Meetha. Although a critical and commercial failure,[32][33] it earned her nomination for a Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut.[34] Her sole Telugu release that year was Namo Venkatesa.[35] Both her 2011 releases – Teen Maar and Mankatha – were successful.[36][37] She had two releases in 2012: Bodyguard (a Telugu remake of the 2010 Malayalam film of the same name) and Dammu.[38][39] She appeared in two Tamil films in 2013: the mystery thriller Samar,[40] and Endrendrum Punnagai, which earned her a Filmfare nomination.[41] Her sole release in 2014 was Power, which marked her debut in Kannada cinema.[42] Trisha's 2015 films included the crime drama Yennai Arindhaal,[43] the comedy Sakalakala Vallavan,[44] the Tamil-Telugu bilingual thriller Thoongaa Vanam / Cheekati Rajyam,[45] and the sports drama Bhooloham.[46] In 2016, she appeared in the comedy horror films Aranmanai 2 and the Tamil-Telugu bilingual Nayaki (spelt Nayagi in Tamil),[47][48] followed by the political thriller Kodi, which earned her the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress – Tamil.[49][50]

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role(s) Director Language(s) Notes Ref.
Jodi 1999 Unknown Gandhi, PraveenPraveen Gandhi Tamil Uncredited role [51]
Mounam Pesiyadhe 2002 Sandhya Ameer Tamil [52]
Manasellam 2003 Malar Santhosh Tamil [4]
Saamy 2003 Bhuvana Hari Tamil [53]
Lesa Lesa 2003 Bala Priyadarshan Tamil [54]
Alai 2003 Meera Kumar, VikramVikram Kumar Tamil [55]
Enakku 20 Unakku 18 2003 Preethi Krishna, JyothiJyothi Krishna Tamil Bilingual film [56]
Nee Manasu Naaku Telusu 2003 Telugu [57]
Varsham 2004 Shailaja Sobhan Telugu Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [58]
[59]
Ghilli 2004 Dhanalakshmi Dharani Tamil [14]
Aaytha Ezhuthu 2004 Meera Ratnam, ManiMani Ratnam Tamil [16]
[60]
Thirupaachi 2005 Subha Perarasu Tamil [61]
Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana 2005 Siri Deva, PrabhuPrabhu Deva Telugu Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [62]
Ji 2005 Bhuvana Lingusamy, N.N. Lingusamy Tamil [63]
Athadu 2005 Poori Srinivas, TrivikramTrivikram Srinivas Telugu [64]
Allari Bullodu 2005 Trisha Raghavendra Rao, KovelamudiKovelamudi Raghavendra Rao Telugu [65]
Aaru 2005 Maha Hari Tamil [66]
Aadhi 2006 Anjali Ramana Tamil [67]
Pournami 2006 Pournami Deva, PrabhuPrabhu Deva Telugu [68]
Bangaram 2006 Unknown Dharani Telugu Special appearance [69]
Unakkum Enakkum 2006 Kavitha Raja, MohanMohan Raja Tamil [20]
Stalin 2006 Chitra Murugadoss, ARAR Murugadoss Telugu [70]
Sainikudu 2006 Varalakshmi Gunasekhar Telugu [71]
Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule 2007 Keerthi Selvaraghavan Telugu Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [72]
Kireedam 2007 Divya Vijay, A. L.A. L. Vijay Tamil [73]
Krishna 2008 Sandhya Vinayak, V. V.V. V. Vinayak Telugu Nominated — Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [74]
Bheemaa 2008 Charu Lingusamy, N.N. Lingusamy Tamil [75]
Velli Thirai 2008 Trisha Viji Tamil Cameo appearance [76]
Kuruvi 2008 Devi Dharani Tamil [77]
Bujjigadu 2008 Chitti Jagannadh, PuriPuri Jagannadh Telugu [78]
Abhiyum Naanum 2008 Abhi Mohan, RadhaRadha Mohan Tamil Nominated — Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil [79]
King 2008 Sravani Vaitla, SrinuSrinu Vaitla Telugu [80]
Sarvam 2009 Sandhya Vishnuvardhan Tamil [81]
Sankham 2009 Mahalakshmi Siva Telugu [82]
Namo Venkatesa 2010 Pooja Vaitla, SrinuSrinu Vaitla Telugu [35]
Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa 2010 Thekekuttu, JessieJessie Thekekuttu Menon, GauthamGautham Menon Tamil Nominated — Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil [83]
Ye Maaya Chesave 2010 Trisha Menon, GauthamGautham Menon Telugu Guest appearance [84]
Khatta Meetha 2010 Ganphule, GehnaGehna Ganphule Priyadarshan Hindi Nominated — Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut [85]
Manmadan Ambu 2010 Ambujakashi (Nisha)[a] Ravikumar, K. S.K. S. Ravikumar Tamil [86]
Teen Maar 2011 Shastri, MeeraMeera Shastri Paranjee, Jayanth C.Jayanth C. Paranjee Telugu [87]
Mankatha 2011 Sanjana Prabhu, VenkatVenkat Prabhu Tamil [88]
Bodyguard 2012 Keerthi Malineni, GopichandGopichand Malineni Telugu [38]
Dammu 2012 Sathya Srinu, BoyapatiBoyapati Srinu Telugu [39]
Samar 2013 Maya Thiru Tamil [40]
Endrendrum Punnagai 2013 Priya Ahmed, I.I. Ahmed Tamil Nominated — Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil [89]
Power 2014 Prashanti Madesh, K.K. Madesh Kannada [90]
Yennai Arindhaal 2015 Hemanika Menon, GauthamGautham Menon Tamil [43]
Lion 2015 Mahalakshmi Satyadev Telugu [91]
Sakalakala Vallavan 2015 Divya Suraj Tamil [44]
Thoongaa Vanam 2015 Mallika Selva, RajeshRajesh Selva Tamil Bilingual film [92]
Cheekati Rajyam 2015 Telugu [45]
Bhooloham 2015 Sindhu Kalyanakrishnan, N.N. Kalyanakrishnan Tamil [46]
Aranmanai 2 2016 Anitha Sundar C. Tamil [47]
Nayaki 2016 Gayathri Reddy, GoverdhanGoverdhan Reddy Telugu Bilingual film [48]
Nayagi 2016 Tamil
Kodi 2016 Rudhra Durai Senthilkumar, R. S.R. S. Durai Senthilkumar Tamil Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress – Tamil [49]
Mohini Film has yet to be released 2018 Vaishali / Vaishnavi[b] Madhesh, RamanaRamana Madhesh Tamil Post-production [93]
Garjanai Film has yet to be released 2018 Madhu Balu, SundarSundar Balu Tamil Post-production [94]
Sathuranga Vettai 2 Film has yet to be released 2018 TBA Kumar, NirmalNirmal Kumar Tamil Post-production [95]
1818 Film has yet to be released 2018 TBA Sagar, RithunRithun Sagar Tamil Bilingual film
Filming
[96]
TBA Telugu
Hey Jude Film has yet to be released 2018 Crystal Shyamaprasad Malayalam Filming [97]
96 Film has yet to be released 2018 TBA Prem Kumar, C.C. Prem Kumar Tamil Filming [98]
Paramapadham Vilayattu Films that have not yet been released TBA TBA Thirugnanam Tamil Filming [99]

Music videos

Title Year Role(s) Performer(s) Album Ref.
"Meri Chunar Udd Udd Jaye" 2000 Unnamed Falguni Pathak Meri Chunar Udd Udd Jaye [100]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Trisha played a single character with two names.
  2. ^ Trisha played two characters.

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Bibliography

  • "Trisha's journey: From Miss Madras to Khatta Meetha". Sify. 2010. Archived from the original on 15 March 2017. 

External links

  • Trisha filmography on IMDb
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