Trisha is gearing up to handle too many bouquets after February 26. The romantic ‘Vinnaithandi Varuvaya’ is making many a hearts flutter even before the day. She is confident that her Goutham Menon directed ‘Vinnaithandi Varuvaya’ will be an important milestone in her film career.
An exuberant Trisha lights up whenever she talks of ‘VTV’. The typical Goutham romantic movie she says is her best film so far. She plays a Malayalee Christian girl Jessie who fall is in love with Karthik played by Silambarasan. The twists and turns after they both meet make ‘VTV’.
On the talk of the town news that she and Silambarasan have a few lips lock scenes in ‘VTV’, Trisha is unperturbed. She says she was comfortable with those kissing scenes as Goutham handled them very aesthetically. The scenes blend with the story so perfectly that you won’t feel any thing else she asserts.