Trisha Krishnan is one of the few heroines to have survived the onslaught of Malayalam actresses who have dethroned K’town beauties at their prime time in the industry. It’s been twelve years since her debut film Mounam Pesiyadhe and there is still a genre which is elusive for this petite beauty.
“I would love to be a part of a period-warrior film. It is not inspired after watching Baahubali recently. It’s been a long-time wish for me,” says Trisha.
Trisha has also never been a part of a horror film. However, she is currently shooting for two horror flicks, Sundar C’s Aranmanai 2 and another women-centric horror comedy titled Nayaki.