Trisha goes on a digital detox, leaves Instagram and Twitter: My mind needs oblivion at the momentPage Visited: 28
Trisha took to social media to reveal that she will be going on a digital detox for a while. She also hinted that she will be back soon.
Trisha, who was last seen in Gautham Menon’s lockdown short film, Karthik Dial Seytha Yenn, is enjoying the attention coming her way for her performance. However, on Saturday, she revealed that she needs to take a break from social media.
Taking to Twitter, Trisha explained that there is no particular reason behind her going on a digital detox. She further didn’t reveal when she would be back on social media again. She requested her followers to stay indoors and safe in view of the novel coronavirus.
The Petta actress wrote, “On a happy but “my mind needs oblivion at the moment” note, a digital detox it is… Stay home! Stay safe! This too shall pass. Love you all and see you soon (sic).
On a happy but “my mind needs oblivion at the moment” note,a digital detox it is…..
Stay home!Stay safe!This too shall pass
Love you all and see you soon
— Trish (@trishtrashers) June 13, 2020
On May 20, director Gautham Menon released Karthik Dial Seytha Yenn, a 12-minute-long short film, which was shot during the lockdown. Starring Simbu and Trisha, the short film’s story is a continuation to the trio’s classic, Vinnaithaandi Varuvaya.
Karthik Dial Seytha Yenn received mixed reviews from the audience. However, the critics and the audience unanimously appreciated Trisha’s performance and the way her character handled love-struck Karthik (Simbu’s character) in the film.
The short film was shot at Simbu and Trisha’s houses in Chennai with the help of their family members. AR Rahman, who composed music for Vinnaithaandi Varuvaya, scored the tunes for Karthik Dial Seytha Yenn as well.