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Thursday, January 25, 2007
It looks as if Trisha is getting real serious about her career in Tamil.
In the year 2006, Trisha was the busiest and leading heroine of Tollywood. Telugu films were also her priority. Chiranjeevi's film Stalin firmly established her as a force to reckon with in Telugu. She also is the heroine of director Selvaraghavan's debut film in Telugu with Venkatesh.
But the year 2007 is shaping up to be the year of Kollywood for Trisha. She began the year by walking out of Nagarjuna's Don. She accepted a Tamil film with Vishaal in the lead. Now it looks as if she'll soon be formally announced as the heroine of Tamil actor Vijay's new film.
Vijay's career had hit a slump. But he has now bounced back with Pokiri. Trisha is one of his lucky heroines and he is only too glad to repeat her in his film.
Trisha's decision to shift her attention to Tamil is a smart one because lately, almost everybody from Tamil is concentrating on Telugu. Ever since Jyothika vacated the No 1 slot in Tamil, there still is no leading heroine in Tamil. In Tollywood, an intense competition is on among atleast half a dozen heroines.