Trisha won the ‘woman achiever’ award from a popular women’s magazine recently. Within a few days after receiving the award, the actress spoke to newsmen on the eve of the ‘International Women’s Day’ which was observed in a grand manner on Friday (08th March). The talkative actress touched upon a variety of topics and seemed to be in a happy frame of mind.
“I am planning to indulge in many social causes in future. Of course, I haven’t made any decision as yet about joining politics,” said Trisha, who has managed to survive in the industry which has cut-throat competition for more than a decade now. She has been openly championing the cause of taking care of stray dogs and helping the needy and the poor. Some time back, she also appealed to her fans to adopt dogs.
“There are plenty of issues affecting women in the society: female feticide and sexual assault on girls and women are the foremost among them. The recurrence of these events is very painful and it’s high time the government took some concrete steps to bring an end to this. Radical laws are to be enacted to deal with such cases so that nobody dares in future in indulge in such heinous acts,” she said.
Talk veered around to the entry of women from Kollywood in politics. “It’s a happy of the trend in Kollywood that actresses such as Radhika and Khushboo have been into active politics. It’s not a crime to be in politics. At present, I’m involved in taking care of stray dogs and other animals. I have been in the industry for more than a decade now and found women-oriented scripts coming up in the industry only recently.
“I’m often asked whether I’d enter politics. My reply is that I can’t speculate on what might happen in future. At this very moment, I’m happy with what I’ve been doing. I have also adopted a couple of children from Udhavum Karangal,” answered Trisha and concluded her answer-session by saying that she would get married as and when she found the suitable guy.