Trisha is quite happy that her latest film Mankatha, which was the 40th film of her career and the 50th landmark film of Ajith, had turned to be a mega-success at the box-office. The film, which had Ajith in a never-before seen anti-hero role almost through the full script, has been received well by Ajith’s fans despite the fact that some time back, Ajith had asked them to disband and dissolve all the fans’ clubs operating in his name.
This is Trisha’s third film opposite Ajith after the earlier films Ji and Kireedom. Trisha had gone on record in the past that she always liked to be paired opposite Ajith and didin’t mind the fact that her role in Mankatha wasn’t a solo-heroine one and that she had to share screen with other heroines such as Lakshmi Rai, Anjali and Andrea Jermaiah besides the ‘item number’ girl Kainaat Arora of Bollywood.
Talking to newspersons recently, Trisha said “I took up Mankatha though mine was a small role as I liked the script very much. Ajith is a straight-forward guy who speaks what is in his mind without holding back anything. I feel I have a great on-screen chemistry with him in our films. I like his attitude. Vijay is a stylish co-star and is a good friend of mine,” said Trisha.
When asked about her equation with ‘Chiyaan’ Vikram with whom she has done a couple of films (Sami and Bheema) besides a few commercials, Trisha said that Vikram was a ‘bundle of talents’ and was an actor who could take on any kind of role(s) and do full justice to it. Interestingly enough, there was no mention about Simbu, her co-star in last year’s super-successful Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaaya.