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Not only the actresses from Bollywood film industry but the actresses from South Indian film industry are also famous for their splendid acting skills and beauty. Here is a list of South Indian actresses who are counted among the amazing actresses ruling the silver screens of South film industry.

Charmme Kaur

Charmme Kaur is listed among the stunning South Indian Actresses ruling the silver screens. Charmme has acted with an array of Telugu stars and has permanently made a mark in the Telugu Cinema. She has also appeared in few Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, and Bollywood films. These days, the former actress Charmme Kaur is a film producer.

Namitha

Namitha is perfectly fit as a voluptuous South Indian Actress. In 2012, Namitha was chosen by a Japanese media station ‘Tokyo TV’ as the most beautiful person in India.

Swathi Verma

Swathi Verma is seen acting in Tamil and Malayalam films. Before appearing in films, Swathi made her acting debut in serial ‘Ek din ki vardi’ telecasted on Sahara TV. Later, she appeared in SAB TV’s show ‘Suraag’ and Doordarshan network’s show ‘Aryaman’.

Akanksha Sharma

Beautiful actress Akanksha Sharma made her film debut with Kannada movie ‘Trivikrama’ along with famous South actor Vikram. Before venturing into the silver screen, Akanksha Sharma has appeared in many commercial ad films but she is popularly known as ‘Santoor Girl’ after working in ‘Santoor Soap’ ad.

Nayanthara

Nayanthara is one of the few lucky actresses to share the limelight with Rajinikanth in blockbusters like Sivaji: The Boss. In this film, Nayantara was in a cameo appearance in the song ‘Baleilakka’. In ‘Chandramukhi’ she was seen opposite Rajnikanth.

Trisha Krishnan

Famous South actress Trisha Krishnan has proved her talent with her best performances in Tamil Film Industry with ‘Abhiyum Naanum’ (2008), ‘Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa’ (2010) for which she received Vijay Award for Favourite Heroine and was also nominated for Filmfare Best Tamil Actress Award. But before stepping into acting career, Trisha Krishnan won beauty pageant like the ‘Miss Salem’ and the ‘Miss Madras’ in 1999. Not only this, Trisha also won the ‘Miss India 2001’ pageant’s ‘Beautiful Smile’ award. Then, Trisha Krishnan was appeared in Falguni Pathak’s music video ‘Meri Chunar Udd Udd Jaye’ as Ayesha Takia’s friend. She made her Bollywood debut with ‘Khatta Meetha’ in 2010.

Shriya Saran

Shriya Saran not only appreared in South Indian and Bollywood films, but also in the American movies as well. Starting as a master dancer to star in Renoo Nathan’s debut music video ‘Thirakti Kyun Hawa’, her beauty shined and gave her entrance to her acting career. Even though Shriya wanted to become a famous dancer, she has turned into a famous actress. She made her Telugu film debut with ‘Ishtam’ and her first commercial success was ‘Santhosham’. Her Tamil film career is also worth mentioning with the 2017’s highest-grossing action film ‘Sivaji: The Boss’ opposite Rajinikanth. She was seen opposite Ajay Devgan in ‘Drishyam’.

Amy Jackson

However Amy Jackson is an English (British) actress, but her contribution to the Tamil as well as Bollywood films has made her even more famous than many other South Indian actresses. Before making debut in films, she was the winner of ‘Miss Teen World’ competition in 2009. Director A. L. Vijay cast her as the leading actress in Tamil movie ‘Madrasapattinam’ in 2010 and she has caught the eyes of viewers. 

Kriti Kharbanda

Kriti Kharbanda worked in Bollywood, Kannada, Telugu and Tamil films. Hailing from Punjabi background, the actress has been known to be very active in modeling since her school days and presenting for several campaigns such as Spar, Fair and Lovely and Bhima Jewellers. Then she didn’t have any intention of becoming an actress, but suddenly the fate stroke. Her photos on Spar billboard has attracted the director Raj Pippala as he was looking for a promising face as a heroine in his upcoming movie ‘Boni’. Kriti’s mom encouraged her to take the role and it turned out to be the wisest decision of her life. Her role opposite Sumanth in film ‘Boni’ is the one bringing her two nominations for debut in Filmfare Award South, as well as one SIIMA Award.

Shruti Haasan

Shruti Haasan is one of the most beautiful and talented South Indian actresses who has won three Filmfare Awards South. Following her father – actor Kamal Haasan, Shruti proved that she didn’t need her father’s reputation to become successful. In 2009, she acted in her first Bollywood movie ‘Luck’, but could not achieve as much success as in the South with her Telugu romantic film ‘Oh My Friend’ in 2001. In 2014 her film ‘Race Gurram’ won her the third Filmfare Award. As an established playback singer Shruti’s voice is loved all over India. Not only this, she was also picked to voice for Queen Elsa in the Tamil-dubbed version of ‘Frozen II’ (2019).

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The first-look poster of the credit card-related comedy film ‘Bhagwan Bachave’

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The first-look poster of the Gujarati film ‘Bhagwan Bachave’ is quite interesting. The quirky poster gives a glimpse into the movie. A laughter riot, the film seems to have a blend of drama, suspense, and a roller coaster of emotions. Along with entertaining the audience, it packs an important social message. The film depicts the plight of people stuck in the vicious circle of loans, credit cards, and installments.

Featuring a star-studded cast line-up, Bhagwan Bachave showcases the acting chops of Bhaumik Sampat, Jhinal Belani, Muni Jha, Bhavini Jani, Prem Ghadhavi, Raunaq Kamdar, Hemang Dave, Mehul Buch, Anuraag Prapanna, Ojas Rawal, Morli Patel, Charmy Panchal, Vaishakh Ratanben, and Vishal Thakkar. The film is all set to hit the big screens on December 2, 2022.

Produced by Valmiki Pictures, distributed by UFO Moviez, and presented by Mumbai Movies Studios, the new Gujarati comedy movie ‘Bhagwan Bachave’ is all set to entertain the audiences. The film is produced and directed by Jhinal Belani and Bhaumik Sampat, presented by Nittin Keni and co-produced by Hiral Kawa and Paras Kawa. The film is written by Jhinal Belani with cinematography by Tapan Vyas, edited by Rakesh Soni, and music by Bhavesh Shah.

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Vaahlam Jaao Ne’s new track Ghelo re Ghelo is out now!

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Featuring Sachin-Jigar for the first time singing in the film

After exciting audiences with the romantic track Chori Lau picturised on Pratik Gandhi and Deeksha Joshi and perfect wedding number of the season, Muratiyo Mood Maa Nathi, Vaahlam Jaao Ne’s next track is a quirky and funny ‘Ghelo re Ghelo’ is out now. Till now, we have seen celebrated musical duo Sachin–Jigar as composers & singers but this will be for the first time the audience will be watching Sachin Jigar featuring in a Gujarati film song.

Music composed by musical duo Sachin-Jigar, the lyrics are perfectly penned by Bhargav Purohit keeping the mood of the film and sung by Sachin Sanghvi and Jigar Saraiya.

Ghelo re Ghelo is a non-stop entertaining song which will make the audience go head over heal at the same time feel for the hero who wants to undone many things from his life. The song captures the madness and hilarious moments, our main protagonists Sumit Gandhi (Pratik Gandhi) is getting treated in the life.

On composing, Ghelo Re Ghelo, music duo Sachin-Jigar say, “Ghelo re Ghelo is a mad song, which captures the essence of the movie really well. We had total fun while composing and for the first time audiences will see us performing on the song in a Gujarati feature film. It’s a peppy number and highlights the madness and roller coaster ride Pratik’s character goes through in the movie.

Vaahlam Jaao Ne is a multi-starrer romantic comedy with roller coaster plot full of twists and turns, makes the must-watch only in theatres.

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Produced by Jyoti Deshpande, Jio Studios and Hardik Gajjar Films and directed by Hardik Gajjar, Vaahlam Jaao Ne stars Pratik Gandhi, Deeksha Joshi, Tiku Talsania, Sanjay Goradia, Kavin Dave, Jayesh More, Kinjal Pandya and Pratap Sachdev. It will release in theatres on 4th November 2022.

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Perfect wedding song of the season ‘Vaahlam Jaao Ne’ is out now!

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After wooing audiences with the romantic track Chori Lau, picturised on Pratik Gandhi and Deeksha Joshi, Vaahlam Jaao Ne’s next – a perfect wedding song Muratiyo Mood Maa Nathi is out now.

The song captures the essence of Gujarati marriages which are of no fun without banter between the entourages of the bride and groom who don’t miss any opportunity of teasing the groom or the bride. The lyrics of the song itself are self-explanatory, where the friends and family of the couple are jovially teasing the groom who is rather disinterested in the occasion of his own marriage. Music composed by celebrated musical duo Sachin-Jigar, lyrics penned by Bhargav Purohit and sung by Musa Paik.

Muratiyo Mood Maa Nathi is a perfect wedding number to bring the families on the dance floor and celebrate the big moment of the couple as they embark on a new life.

On composing the wedding song of the year, music duo Sachin-Jigar say, “Muratiyo Mood Maa Nathi is an apt wedding track keeping in mind how Gujarati weddings are celebrated and enjoyed by the family of the bride and groom. The teasing the groom and bride on the wedding day is very well captured on the screen, with Pratik and Deeksha adding to the flavour of the lively wedding number.”

Vaahlam Jaao Ne is a multi-starrer romantic comedy with roller coaster plot full of twists and turns, makes the must-watch only in theatres.

Watch the song here

Produced by Jyoti Deshpande, Jio Studios and Hardik Gajjar Films and directed by Hardik Gajjar, Vaahlam Jaao Ne stars Pratik Gandhi, Deeksha Joshi, Tiku Talsania, Sanjay Garodia, Kavin Dave, Jayesh More, Kinjal Pandya and Pratap Sachdev. It will release in theatres on 4th November 2022.

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