Trisha’s candour is a source of perpetual delight. Just back from a whirlwind schedule in Mumbai, the actor is ready to turn on the charm.
Keeping her fingers crossed over the hype about her today’s release, ‘Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya,’she confesses: “The build-up makes me nervous.” Then, in a blink, she gets into a laughter-strewn chat as if life’s in the moment.
“Honestly, when there’s too much excitement about the film, it’s natural to get a bit anxious. But, I’m confident. A romance with a refreshing treatment, I’m sure the film will live up to the hype. The screenplay is going to make an impact. Gautham Menon is one of my favourite directors. With him, everything is natural. He just lets you be.”
“My role Jessy in ‘Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya,’ has many intricacies to it. She’s a very opinionated, strong-headed girl hailing from a conventional Malayali Christian background. It’s a role I enjoyed to the full.”
Besides ”Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya,’, Trisha is also thrilled about her upcoming Bollywood release “Khatta Meeta’ with Khiladi-turned-crown-prince-of-cool Akshay Kumar. About her fluency in Hindi, she gushes:”I speak the language fairly well.” But, it’s Priyan’s call whether he wants me to dub for the film or not.”