Trisha, the yesteryear dream girl shares credits with Shriya in still having a mark in the industry even after a decade of debut. Trisha’s first big appearance was way back in the film Jodi (1999) in a supporting role. She also featured in Falguni Pathak’s album Meri Chunar Udd Udd Jaye as Ayesha Takia's friend and later rose to stardom eventually. She was rather familiar to us from the movie Varsham (2004). From 2004 to till date, she had one or the other release in Telugu every year. But 2013 is the year which broke this custom.
Even Natasimham Nandamuri BalaKrishna, one of the main pillars of Telugu film industry who has been entertaining us from ages with at least a release every year. After 1981, again now in 2013, Balayya babu didn’t have a single release in a year.
This 2013 has only kept their fans waiting. Though it’s disappointing, both Trisha and Balayya babu are promising releases in 2014 with Rambha Urvasi Menaka and Legend respectively. Hope they have great year in 2014 and we also love to see this combo ahead!