Trisha responds to suggestions that Vijay is a greater star in Tamil Nadu than Ajith: ‘Both are…’
Trisha recently responded to film producer Dil Raju’s statements on Vijay being the “number one” celebrity in Tamil Nadu. She didn’t choose a side.
Trisha Krishnan, who is about to debut her upcoming Tamil film Raangi, has spoken out about the contrast between Vijay and Ajith. Vijay is the “number one celebrity in Tamil Nadu,” according to producer Dil Raju. Trisha responded to his comments by saying she can’t tell who is a larger celebrity because both are veterans with superstar status.
Vijay’s Varisu and Ajith’s Thunivu battled at the box office earlier in December. Vijay, according to Dil Raju, is a larger star in Tamil Nadu than Ajith. His comments did not go down well with both performers’ fans.
Now, in an interview with Galatta, Trisha gave her thoughts on Vijay being regarded a larger celebrity than Ajith. “I personally don’t believe in the numbers game,” she remarked. It’s basically a tag connected to your previous film. If your last film did well, you are ranked first. If you don’t get a release for a long, someone else will take your place.”
She further stated that she is unable to choose between Ajith and Vijay. “They’ve been around as veterans even before I started working. As an audience, we watch their flicks. If you choose someone from the theatre, they’re watching movies for the sheer delight of it. Despite the fact that they have fan groups, I believe we initiated this numbers game. Both are huge celebrities. “How can I say who is bigger?” she pondered.
Meanwhile, industry gossip is that Trisha may reunite with Vijay after 15 years in an unnamed Tamil film.
Meanwhile, Trisha’s Raangi hits theatres this week. The film, billed as an action thriller, casts her as a journalist. She was most recently seen on screen in Mani Ratnam’s magnum opus Ponniyin Selvan 1 as Kundhavi.
Trisha just celebrated her 20th year in the profession. Trisha made her acting debut with Suriya in the Tamil love movie Mounam Pesiyadhe in 2002. She has appeared in over 50 films in all southern languages, as well as a number of Hindi ventures.