Chennai, June 29 : Trisha Krishnan, who is currently busy shooting for Tamil horror film "Mohini", is still the strongest contender to reprise Kangana Ranaut's role in the Tamil version of critically acclaimed Hindi blockbuster "Queen", said a source close to the actress.
"The makers have once again initiated talks with Trisha. The project requires bulk dates and Trisha already has two projects in her kitty. She is figuring out how she can set aside dates that will require her to shoot abroad for a long schedule," the source told IANS.
Chennai, March 6 - After the success of Tamil romantic-drama "Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya", actors Silambarasan aka Simbu and Trisha Krishnan are teaming up again for yet-untitled Tamil project to be helmed by filmmaker Selvaraghavan.
The film will be produced by Varun Manian and will have music by Yuvan Shankar Raja, who has scored music for most of Selva's films.
Chennai, April 29 : Southern actress Trisha Krishnan is extremely happy that she survived extreme climatic conditions while shooting for upcoming Tamil romantic-drama "Endrendrum Punnagai" (EP) in Switzerland.
"And it's a wrap up for EP ('Endrendrum Punnagai') in Switzerland. Scorching sun, biting cold, rain and snow - endured it all," Trisha posted on her Twitter page.
Chennai, March 16 : Popular southern actress Trisha Krishnan, who is currently on vacation, can't wait to return to meet a baby hippo named after her by its caretaker in a zoo here.
"Hope everyone is doing well. Sending lots of love and can't wait to meet Trisha aka baby hippo once I'm back in Chennai," Trisha posted on her Twitter page.
Mumbai, Nov 16 - Southern actress Trisha Krishnan has written to the government seeking due action to release 70 beagles, who have reportedly been imported from Chinai as 'pets', but are likely to be used for some experiments.
Trisha, a supporter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), has demanded that the dogs be given to the animal rights organisation for adoption.
Chennai June 11 : Tamil film actress Trisha Krishnan, has joined hands with People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) in issuing a public appeal to domesticate stray dogs and not crave for pedigreed foreign breeds.
At a formal event hosted here on Thursday Krishnan said there is a misconception that stray dogs are of no use.
She said that the stray dogs can be very well bread if taken into good homes.
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