Contrary to Mani Ratnam’s request that they not become friends, Aishwarya Rai took a selfie with Trisha Krishnan on the Ponniyin Selvan 1 sets


Actress Trisha Krishnan posted a photo of herself and actress Aishwarya Rai from their film Ponniyin Selvan: I. Trisha shared the picture she had taken on the movie set on Twitter. Trisha was encircled by Aishwarya’s arm when the selfie was taken. Trisha Krishnan and Aishwarya were both dressed like their respective on-screen characters.

As they stood for the camera, the performers grinned and leaned in close to one another. Trisha commented on the image by writing, “Ash (hug emoji).” Even though the two actors get along well in real life, their on-screen relationships are strained. Trisha portrays the Chola princess Kundavai, while Aishwarya plays the antagonist Nandini. “Excited to see this in PS-1,” a fan commented in response to the post.

Two beauties in one frame, according to someone else. “I’ve admired Trisha’s (elegance) beauty from the time of Mounam Pesiyadhe. have loved Ash (grace) from Iruvar’s time. There is elegance personified and grace personified. I’m pleased with this photo, “read a different remark. Another fan posted, “Too much beauty in one picture; the world is not ready to see these two together on film.” Ageless and elegant charms, a Twitter user commented.

Trisha shared a picture that was taken on the movie set.
Trisha shared a picture that was taken on the movie set.
Trisha recently discussed her experience working with Aishwarya in an interview with NDTV, saying, “I was fortunate to meet her and get to know her on the first day of my shoot. I don’t even need to remark that she is stunning on the inside and out. The problem is that despite the fact that we got along brilliantly on set, we are not supposed to like each other all that much in this movie. Mani Sir would occasionally appear and remark, “Listen, you people are taking too much, stop talking, I can’t have this camaraderie for my scenario.”

Along with Vikram, Jayam Ravi, Karthi, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Sobhita Dhulipala, and Prakash Raj, Ponniyin Selvan is directed by Mani Ratnam. On September 30, a historical drama based on a 1955 Tamil novel by Kalki Krishnamurthy will be released in theatres. Ponniyin Selvan has the support of Allirajah Subaskaran and Mani Ratnam’s Madras Talkies and Lyca Productions production companies.

The early life of Arulmozhivarman, a strong monarch of the south who later rose to become the renowned Chola ruler Rajaraja Chola I, is chronicled in Ponniyin Selvan. Additionally, the movie has been dubbed in Malayalam, Kannada, and Telugu.