If one were to go by media gossip, Trisha is one actress who has been married the most number of times! A few days ago, a Telugu publication reported about her plans to get married to a business tycoon.
Clearing the air, the actress tells TOI, "How many times can these guys get me married? I get very upset when people publish such inaccurate reports. If I'm getting married, I will announce it to the world as I have nothing to hide. As of today, I'm yet to find Mr Right."
Tell her about the grapevine being abuzz about her seeing a Hyderabad-based business tycoon and investment banker and the actress immediately pooh-poohs it. "It's an example of somebody's fertile imagination running riot," she says dismissively.
According to industry experts, Trisha is still the hottest heroine in Tamil and Telugu films. She is considered by many as the big-budget survivor who has matured over the years to become an actress of substance. In fact, her performance in the Kamal Haasan-Madhavan starrer Manmadhan Ambu received critical acclaim. The actress was also nominated for this year's Filmfare awards for the best debutante for her role in Khatta Meeta.
However, the pick of the roles are coming her way. For instance, Savithri, strongly rumoured to be the Telugu avatar of Rain Man, has her playing a meaty role.
The actress, who has just completed a schedule of her Teen Maar (Love Aaj Kal's Telugu remake) with Pawan Kalyan in Mysore, is now all set to shoot with thala Ajith in Mumbai for Venkat Prabhu's Mankatha. Says Trisha, "I had a blast shooting with Ajith, Venkat Prabhu and rest of the Mankatha team in the previous schedules. The film is going to be a rollicking entertainer. I will be joining the team in Mumbai for the last schedule from February 26." Offers from Kollywood keep coming her way. "Tamil cinema is always my first love and I'd never miss the opportunity if I'm given a good script by a good director. I'm enjoying my work and have no plans for marriage in the near future," she signs off.