Trisha Krishnan is an Indian film actress and model who has prominently been appearing in Tamil and Telugu films. After her first appearance in the 1999 Tamil film Jodi, as a supporting role character, she won a Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for her first lead role in the 2002 film Mounam Pesiyadhe. She later rose to fame after starring in the successful films, Saamy (2003) and Ghilli (2004) in Tamil cinema and Varsham (2004) in Telugu cinema, for which she secured her first South Filmfare Best Actress Award. She will make her debut in Bollywood with the film Khatta Meeta.
Born to Krishnan Iyer,Palakkad Kerala and Uma Krishnan, in Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, the Tamil actress got her higher education in Church Park, Ethiraj College in Madras. In school, she participated in several cultural activities, sports and school band. Whilst studying at college, she ventured into part-time modelling, participating in various beauty pageants. She won Miss Salem in 1999, Miss Madras in 1999 and Miss India Miss Beautiful Smile in 2001. She studied at Sacred Heart Church Park School. As a part of her modelling carrer, she appeared in many TV advertisements including that of Fair and Lovely and Josco Jeweller. She also starred in Falguni Pathaks music album Meri Chunar Ud Ud Jaye.
Trisha Krishnan, soon after her pageant success, began her career acting in an uncreditted role as Simrans friend in Jodi, before moving onto appear in advertisements and in music videos, with Falguni Pathaks Meri Chunar Ud Ud Jaye being the most prominent. The first project she accepted was the Priyadarshan-directed Lesa Lesa, with the promotional posters for the film, also creating an offer to star in the A. R. Rahman musical, Enakku 20 Unakku 18. However both the projects releases were severely delayed, and her first release was Ameers Mounam Pesiyadhe opposite Surya Sivakumar. The film became a moderate success at the box office and did manage to gain credentials for Trisha, with critics claiming that she was "undoubtedly a refreshing new find, with sparkling eyes and appealing demeanour", also going onto praise the dubbing artiste, Savitha Reddy, who has since regularly dubbed for Trisha. Manasellam, her second project, saw her play a cancer patient but the film also went unnoticed despite positive reviews for the film and the actress.
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