1. You Are At:
  2. English News
  3. Entertainment News
  4. Regional Cinema News
  5. Trisha Krishan has already said 'yes' to someone. Know who's the special one

Trisha Krishan has already said 'yes' to someone. Know who's the special one

Trisha Krishnan got a sweet marriage proposal on her birthday. Check out her reply.

India TV Entertainment Desk India TV Entertainment Desk
New Delhi Updated on: May 05, 2019 20:19 IST
Representative News Image

Trisha Krishan

Trisha Krishnan is undoubtedly one of the gorgeous actresses in the Southern film industry. The actress recently celebrated her 36th birthday and the special day kept on trending on Twitter. The actress turned a year older on 4th May and her fans took to social media to shower love on her. Even celebrities and her co-stars wished Trisha on her special day. However, it was Charmme Kaur's wish that grabbed eyeballs. The Pournami actress proposed Trisha for marriage on her birthday. 

Baby I love u today n forever Am on my knees waiting for u to accept my proposal let’s get married (now toh it’s legally allowed also) #happybirthday @trishtrashers,'' Charmme tweeted along with a picture of them. Trisha took no time and replied, ''thank you and i said YES already”. The two actresses' fun banter is proof that they are best friends. However, their Twitter banter left their fans bewildered. Both the actresses share a good camaraderie and have worked together in the 2006 released film, Pournami. Check out the post below.

The gorgeous actress, who was last seen in Rajinikanth's Petta is looked up as the beautiful actress who loves to keep it natural and enjoys her life to the fullest. Apart from winning several beauty pageants, Trisha Krishnan has established herself as a leading actress in Tamil film industry.

View this post on Instagram

so pretty!! 😮😍💙

A post shared by Trisha Krishnan (@trisha_official) on

Recently seen in a few women-centric films such as "Mohini" and "Nayagia, Trisha in a recent said she will continue picking projects she finds interesting.

"I'm really not after women-centric scripts. If I find an interesting project, I'll go ahead and do it. I'm glad the shelf-life of actresses is changing. Actresses like Nayanthara and Anushka have been around for a long time and they're doing very well for themselves."

Write a comment