Trisha Krishnan looked gorgeous in a cream and gold day dress

Forever elegant Trisha Krishnan charms at inauguration Pooja of upcoming Tamil film 96

Archana Venkatraman

Trisha Krishnan is known for her acting abilities and fir her elegant and classy style. And the actor impressed yet again with an off-white, gold and pink dress as she arrived for the inauguration Pooja ceremony of her upcoming film 96.

Ever gorgeous Trisha Krishnan ready for the pooja ceremony of film 96 also starring Vijay Sethupathi

Trisha Krishnan looked magnificent in the full-sleeved, gold-embroidered day gown and a sweet one-sided plait. She kept her make up traditional and simple with a South Indian touch (jhumkas and bindi).

Trisha lights a lamp at the inauguration pooja of 96

The Pooja ceremony for film 96 took place today and Trisha’s co-star in the film Vijay Sethupathi attended it too. The actors lit the lamp and posed for photos together with the team of 96.

Trisha Krishnan charms at 96 film pooja event in a cream and gold outfit

The Tamil romantic drama 96 is slated to release in October 2017 and is written and directed by C Prem Kumar known for his cinematography.

Trisha Krishnan and Vijay Sethupathi, the lead pair of Tamil film 96 at the pooja event today

The film is titled 96 because the year plays a significant role in the characters’ life who belong to the same batch.

Trisha, Vijay and rest of 96 team during the inauguration pooja ceremony

Trisha Krishnan, who last impressed with her gritty performance in Kodi alongside Dhanush has other two significant films releasing this year – Hey Jude (also starring Nivin Pauly) and Sathuranga Vettai.

The actress looked happy and relaxed at the Pooja ceremony of 96 and has been active on Twitter taking questions from fans.

Just like her role on Kodi, Trisha is reportedly playing another performance-oriented role in 96.

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