For the first time, Trisha discusses the comparison to Nayanthara.

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For the first time, Trisha discusses the comparison to Nayanthara.

The lovely actress Trisha The South Indian actress has a sizable fan base and has starred alongside many well-known heroes. Fans of the actress Trisha refer to her affectionately as “South Queen,” and they frequently draw comparisons between her and Nayanthara, who they refer to as “Lady Superstar.” For the first time, Trisha now discusses the comparison to Nayanthara. Trisha, along with Vijay Sethupathi and Nayanthara, was the first choice for Samantha’s part in Vignesh Shivan’s film “Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kadhal.” The actress claims that her decision to pass on the project was made with clarity of thought, thus she is not unhappy about missing out on the opportunity.

Trisha opens up about the comparison with Nayanthara for the first time |  Tamil Movie News - Times of India

Trisha welcomed the connection to Nayanthara that was made on social media, and she clarified that it was done because both actresses began their careers around the same time and worked with similar actors. Trisha handled the fan conflict well, and she hasn’t spoken to Nayanthara much since. She has advised followers to see the best of the two since she is not thrilled with some fans who elevate their favourite while disparaging the opponent.

Next up for Trisha is the M Saravanan-helmed movie “Raangi,” which is scheduled to hit theatres tomorrow, December 30. Reservations for the movie are still being accepted in several locations, and the FDFS calls for the movie to start at 7 AM IST.

Trisha will definitely turn heads as Princess Kundavai in the second instalment of Mani Ratnam’s historical drama “Ponniyin Selvan,” which is scheduled to hit theatres on April 28, 2023.








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