While a freshman in college, Trisha spent her summer working in a printing press in Fremont, California where she wrote her first full-length screenplay that was never produced but convinced her to quit pre-med and pursue film production with full focus. In 2006, Trisha wrote, directed and edited a guerrilla comedy feature Bleep Love in Houston. The film featured music donated by actor-musician Ryan Donowho whose father Wayne Donowho was one of the actors in the film. In 2011, Trisha shot a short in Buenos Aires as a prelude to her dream feature screenplay "Regression", a political thriller set in Argentina. In 2012, Trisha wrote and made a short 'Physiotherapy (2013)' as a dedication to people with disabilities.
Speaks Spanish, Bengali & English fluently & has written and made films in all three languages.
Her mongrel Kalia was a gift from her neighborhood kids.
Her production company El Diez Films is named after Diego Armando Maradona.
One of her biggest influence is her grandfather Dr. Bimal Roy, an ObGyn and musicologist, whose encyclopedia on Indian classical music are still being used by music lovers and students for research work in Eastern Classical Music.
Wrote the screenplay of "Death Diary and a Motel" while living in Argentina.
Supporter of Club Atletico Boca Juniors.
Founded the non-profit "Next Samaritan Project" in 2012 to promote cancer awareness through PSA videos, survivors' stories, diet-nutrition charts and integrative medicine. The foundation also works at donating shoes to barefoot rickshawpullers and cartpullers and street kids of Calcutta.
Quit med school to turn her hobby of writing into screenwriting that led her to film production through internship and apprenticeship. That's how she learned editing.
Houston, Texas : filming "Bleep Love" [May 2006]
In Houston for Production of "Inside Out" [May 2011]
Buenos Aires, Argentina : Filming "Reverse" [December 2011]
Calcutta, India filming 'Sugar Baby' [April 2009]
Buenos Aires, Argentina, preproduction of 'Reverse' [July 2011]
Houston, Texas: filming 'The Nowhere Son' [November 2011]