Actress Trisha Krishnan celebrates her tenth year in the film industry

India News Bulletin Desk

Tamil, Telugu and Bollywood actress Trisha Krishnan celebrates her tenth year in the film industry and in this span, the actress has won three Filmfare awards, favourite heroine award and has overtaken Bollywood King Khans to become the most downloaded actor of 2012.

Trisha Krishnan celebrates tenth year in film industry
Image: Twitter (Trisha Krishnan official twitter account)

The 29-year-old actress, famous for her simple saree-clad role Jessie in romantic drama Vinnaithaandi Varuvaya has just wrapped up shooting for her upcoming film Samar. On Twitter, Trisha Krishnan said: “Thanks for all the wishes guys... Officially ten years today…YAY!! No place I'd rather be..You people make it happen ;)”.

In the ten years, the Miss India contestant of 2001, has starred in mainstream blockbuster Tamil films including Saamy, Ghilli, Thirupachi, and Bheema and has also acted in critically acclaimed films such as Abhiyum Naanum and Sarvam. She made her Bollywood debut in 2012 in Akshay Kumar-starrer masala comedy film Khatta Meetha.

It was revealed earlier this week that the actress has overtaken Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan to become the most downloaded actor of 2012. "Huge thanks to all of you for making me the most downloaded actor of 2012..hugssssss," Trisha said on her Twitter account.

Trisha Krishnan will be seen in cinemas in December in Samar
Image: YouTube (Samar2012movie)

The actress has her hands full with three films Samar, Bhoologam and Endrendrum Punnagai releasing in the next six months. The actress received a setback on the personal front earlier when her father passed away in Hyderabad in October.

An animal-lover, Trisha Krishnan campaigns vigourously for the welfare of animals especially dogs with PETA and urges her fans to adopt pets and care for them. The actress is rumoured to be dating Telugu star Rana Daggubati but the actress has categorically denied any wedding plans in the immediate future.

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