Trisha Krishnan Birthday Special: Revisiting the birthday girl’s performance in Bodyguard and Aadavari Matalaku Arthale VeruleBollywood
As Trisha Krishnan celebrates her 38th birthday, let us revisit two of her best roles that prove her diversity!
Actor Trisha Krishnan, who has been working from the tender age of 15, celebrates her 38th birthday today! From Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule to her role in Bodyguard, she made sure that her filmography boasts of diverse roles. As we recollect these roles, let us also revisit how diverse this multilingual actress is.
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Trisha in Bodyguard
Bodyguard starred Venkatesh as Venkatadri and Trisha as Keerthi. Trisha’s role in the movie was that of a prankster who ends up falling in love with her bodyguard as she keeps prank-calling him. Keerthi was born with a golden spoon, and she was used to getting things her way. She is a happy person in general and also knows how to put other people before her.
Keerthi rarely complains and takes control of the situation herself to change it. If she can’t do it, then she lets it go and lives her life. Trisha perfectly pulled off all these shades, proving that only she could play a role like this!
Trisha in Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule
Coincidentally, Trisha’s character is called Keerthi, in Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule, while Venkatesh is called Ganesh in the movie. Keerthi’s character in this movie is that of a hot-headed girl, who can get out of control if she is angry. While being short-tempered, she is also scared to go against her family. This fear of upsetting her family makes her angry.
Take, for example, when she slaps Ganesh’s father for trying to fix an alliance between Ganesh and her. She is generally respectful of the elderly, but when the idea of her leaving her fiance for Ganesh was put in her head, she got scared of upsetting her family and showed it by slapping Ganesh’s father.
Needless to say that, Trisha nailed both these roles perfectly, even though they were poles apart. She made acting seem extremely effortless, every time that she was on-screen.