Ramanithu Chaudhary is based in Mumbai, and she is meant for becoming an actress in Bollywood. But luck had her journey in Sandalwood. She was an upcoming Kannada film actress who began her journey in 2007 and had acted in a limited film but continued her journey till 2015. Ramanithu Chaudhary made her break in Sandalwood with a Kannada romantic drama film ‘'Pallakki' directed by K. Narendra Babu and written by Paramesh.
The film starred Ramanithu with Prem Kumar in the lead roles. The film was produced by P2 Productions. The film released in 2007, which had poor script and narration was equally poor. Her first two Kannada films met with total failure at the box office. Her second project was 'Preethiyinda Ramesh ' (2010) which was also a critical and commercial failure at the box-office. ‘Preethiyinda Ramesh’ was inspired by a Hollywood movie, ‘You've Got Mail' but could not match the original version at any aspect at all.
After receiving a huge set back in her career with two released movies, she, however, was able to climb the steps of success with her third project which was named as 'Katari Veera Surasundarangi' (2012). It was a first 3D Kannada fantasy film in Sandalwood. Above all, it was a sequel to Upendra's 2003 film Raktha Kanneeru . The 2012 version starred Upendra and Ramya in the lead roles. Ramanithu Chaudhary made a special appearance in the movie.
The film was a grand success at the box office. This south Indian actress was dating Qubool Hai fame actor Rajbeer Singh, but they haven’t admitted to their relationship. She was also a part of another Kannada movie ‘'
', an action and comedy movie which had
and Ramanithu Chaudhuri playing the lead roles. She has mainly worked in the Kannada film industry and has a movie since the early 2000s.
It could be true that she had a few bitter experiences in her career. This actress is not just a beautiful face but also inclined towards acting, but as she did not meet commercial success, she could not attain the stardom. Many of her films failed to receive critical acclaim too.