Sarada Nair had also essayed the role of a grandmother in the 1999 film Pattabhishekam.
Trisha opens up on her dual role in Mohini: Horror is my favorite genre, I've done a lot of action in the film
Mohini is a visual treat, says Trisha Krishnan about her upcoming film, in an exclusive interview to Firstpost.
Trisha on her long-delayed Tamil horror-thriller Mohini: It’s the most challenging project of my career
The long-delayed Tamil horror-thriller Mohini, which features Trisha in a dual role, is finally set for theatrical release this week
Mohini came from Vishnu, and while it's not entirely clear whether Vishnu himself turned into a woman or merely created the illusion of a woman like augmented reality, all agree that she was extremely beautiful and very skillful at achieving her one and only goal: getting the better of someone using her feminine wiles.
Trisha's character in Kuttrappayirchi will be modelled after India's 'first female detective', Rajani Pandit
Trisha Krishnan will be seen in another female-led project, Kuttrappayirchi. Directed by Verniq, the film will see Trisha play a private detective
Trisha was the ideal choice because she’s highly talented and is physically fit to do full justice to this character. This is a role with a lot of action. Mohini will redefine Trisha’s on screen mass appeal,” Madhesh told Firstpost in an exclusive chat.
Sexuality has been woven into the fabric of our mythology as much as the clichéd but ever-alluring eternal battle of good and evil.