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I learnt Tamil from Kamal: Trisha gushes

[cinesouth, Monday, 29 December 2008 20:48 No Comment]

image More than a dream girl, one could describe Trisha as an angel of mercy. Every now and then, she extends a helping hand to cancer patients, bringing some joy into their lives.

Yesterday, Trisha made a sudden visit to Adyar cancer Hospital, with gifts and some necessities for children. Children already afflicted with cancer, welcomed her with a bouquet.

Trisha spoke to the press following the visit.

“I’m meeting the children for the third time. Each time, I spend my visit with them in a different manner. It gives me a great deal of happiness. This time, I’m going to watch my film ‘Abhiyum Naanum’ with them.

Radha Mohan always gives importance to heroines in his films, so without even hearing the story, I agreed to act in ‘Abhiyum Naanum.’ The character I played has really filled my heart with satisfaction,” said Trisha but refused to answer questions about Nayantara.

Speaking about her role in ‘Marmayogi,’ Trisha said, “The call sheet I gave for ‘Marmayogi’ is as it is. Kamal sir taught me how to speak my Tamil dialogues as well as some skills. Since the film has a historical background, it is a challenge for me.

I have not signed for any new film now.  I am doing only Vishnuvardhan’s ‘Sarvam’.  I am doing the role of a medical student.  Song sequence alone remains to be done.  I will act in Hindi films if I get a chance.  But I haven’t got one yet.”  And she left for dinner with the waiting children.

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