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Raangi: HERE's why Trisha wanted to work with Kamal Haasan, Mani Ratnam and AR Rahman

The actress recently completed 20 years in the film industry and says that the industry has progressed a lot

Raangi: HERE's why Trisha wanted to work with Kamal Haasan, Mani Ratnam and AR Rahman
Raangi: Trisha's dream was to work with THESE three legends before entering the industry The actress recently completed 20 years in the film industry and says that the industry has progressed a lot Trisha has been aggressively promoting her upcoming film Raangi, in which she plays a character that packs a punch. In a recent interview, the actress also spoke about completing 20 years in the film industry. Talking about the same, she said, "It has been a wonderful journey. Only when people talk about it, I think that it's been so long. When you love your job, you never know how time flies. When I entered the industry, it had many stereotypes and the shelf life of an actress was less. Today, women actors have broken many stereotyoes. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Tabu are still rocking and among the top actresses. No one cares whether you are married or not married. There is so much body of work today. There has been a lot of progress in the industry and I am looking forward to a lot more." The actress also revealed that when she entered the industry, she wanted to work with three people, namely Mani Ratnam, AR Rahman and Kamal Haasan. "Right from the age of 10, I grew up loving and admiring their work. Working with these three people, and that too repeatedly is a definitely a dream come true for me. During the shoot of Ponniyin Selvan, I pinched myself as it was my second film with Mr Mani Ratnam and yet another film with Rahman sir. I had the same feeling while working with Kamal Haasan sir. I am still in awe of their body of their work. But after entering the industry, I was like, what an amazing place this is to find talent. It's like magic. I think my bucket list has been ticked off and exceeded and I consider it as a blessing from the above." The actress also stated that she has worked with people who have been way more successful than her and that they inspire her in many ways.
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Last Updated: 02.53 PM, Dec 29, 2022

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Trisha has been aggressively promoting her upcoming film Raangi, in which she plays a character that packs a punch. In a recent interview, the actress also spoke about completing 20 years in the film industry. Talking about the same, she said, "It has been a wonderful journey. Only when people talk about it, I think that it's been so long. When you love your job, you never know how time flies. When I entered the industry, it had many stereotypes and the shelf life of an actress was less. Today, women actors have broken many stereotypes. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Tabu are still rocking and among the top actresses. No one cares whether you are married or not married. There is so much work today. There has been a lot of progress in the industry and I am looking forward to a lot more."

The actress also revealed that when she entered the industry, she wanted to work with three people, namely Mani Ratnam, AR Rahman and Kamal Haasan. "Right from the age of 10, I grew up loving and admiring their work. Working with these three people, and that too repeatedly is definitely a dream come true for me. During the shoot of Ponniyin Selvan, I pinched myself as it was my second film with Mr Mani Ratnam and yet another film with Rahman sir. I had the same feeling while working with Kamal Haasan sir. I am still in awe of their body of work. But after entering the industry, I was like, what an amazing place this is to find talent. It's like magic. I think my bucket list has been ticked off and exceeded  and I consider it as a blessing from the above."

The actress also stated that she has worked with people who have been way more successful than her and that they inspire her in many ways.Trisha's Raangi is all set to hit screens on December 30 and the film is bankrolled by Lyca Productions.

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