Watch: Trisha shares her heartfelt gratitude as she marks 21 Years in the film industry!

(This article is authored by Alar)

South queen Trisha Krishnan made her debut in the cinema, playing an unknown role in Jodi, and Trisha became the female lead in Ameer's Mounam Pesiyadhe. December 13 2002 marked the release day of Mounam Pesiyadhe and it is the day when the era of Trisha started in Tamilnadu twenty-one years ago. Fans are making social media storm by celebrating the special day.

Celebrating a remarkable milestone of 21 years in the film industry, the talented actress Trisha expressed her heartfelt gratitude to those who have been pillars of support throughout her illustrious career.

"I am deeply thankful and blessed for the special, unique, amazing people in my life who support me, uplift me, comfort me, and bring joy to my soul as they share a piece of their own in the precise magical moment it needed to happen. My being truly loves yours," the actress shared on this special occasion.

Trisha, last seen in the Vijay-starrer "Leo," directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, reflects on her journey with an appreciation for the diverse experiences and collaborations that have shaped her career. The actress has not only garnered acclaim for her performances but has also become a beloved figure among fans.

Looking ahead, Trisha is set to grace the screen in upcoming projects, including the much-anticipated "Thug Life" directed by Kamal Hassan and Maniratnam, along with the film "Vidaamuyarchi," as reported. The actress's commitment to her craft continues to resonate with audiences, making her an enduring presence in the ever-evolving cinema.


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