Aara is a Kollywood actress who appeared in the movie Paisa in the lead role along with actor Sree Ram. Prior to this movie, she even appeared in movies like Poojai and Jeeva. In the movie Paisa, she played the role of slum girl, who works in the grocery story.

Aara loves to be a member of good films. She likes to take up the roles which get registered in the minds of the audience. According to her, she played small roles initially to avoid fear.

T A Madhuram Tamil Actress

T A Madhuram

T A Madhuram is a well-known Tamil film producer as well as an actress known for her roles in drama and comedy. She played her leading roles in the years between late 1930’s until the 1950’s. A well known Tamil stage and film actress, T A Madhuram lived her legacy from 1918 to 1974. Born to a family comprising artists in the town of Srirangam. She got her first break after 1935 at the age of 17. She was well known for her expressive eyes that conveyed a multitude of emotions. She was known to express the mood and emotion of the piece by a mere glance. She met N S Krishnan on the set of ‘Vasanthasena’ and ‘Chandrakantha’. The couple later got married. She subsequently started acting alongside spouse and actor N S Krishnan with whom she has worked in more than 120 Tamil movies since 1936. The two were well known for their comedic roles in Tamil films and were a popular attraction for movie enthusiasts since the 1940s. She had started her career in acting with the help of drama and stage performances by troupes and thus created an opportunity for her name to get forged in the Tamil film industry. She was known as an established and versatile actress who had great skill at hand. Having performed in drama, she was known for her comedic roles, mostly alongside N S Krishnan. She was compared to many greats in the field of comedy as well. She had formed a drama troupe named NSK Nataka Sabha with their known piece being ‘Nam Iruvar’ in which T A Madhuram had a double role. She later branched out into film producing, making the film Haridas that came in 1944 and was recoloured and released in 1946. The movie held a record of 110 weeks of running in a single theatre. T A Madhuram along with her husband Krishnan as the comedic duo acted in the movie. She has acted in various films which include the genres of comedy and drama, few of the movies to be named as Ambikapathi, Chakravarthi Thirumagal,Yaar Paiyyan, etc.


Jahnavi Kamath

Jahnavi Kamath is an Indian actress born in Mangalore, India. She acted as a child artist in the Kannada serial ‘Mugilu’, directed by K. M. Chaitanya. She pursued a course in journalism and graduated from Christ College in Bangalore. She was trained in acting as well as dancing. She has a touch in classical dance and also salsa dance. She performed in various stage plays such as First Leaf, ‘Antaheen’, and Gumma Banthu Gumma. She joined the teams of Prithvi and Ranga Shankara, who conducted several plays and short films. Importantly, she also attended training for the famous Kalaripayattu, a form of martial art that originated in Kerala. As her dramas boosted her confidence, the Tamil industry gave her the center stage in chasing her dreams of making it into the cinema industry by giving her two successive films in 2012 titled as ‘Otha Veedu’, and ‘Pudhiya Kaaviyam’ (Kaadhal Kaviyam). Both the films were low-budget movies, and though they did not make any impact on the box office, Jahnavi’s talent was well appreciated by the audience and critics, alike. Making her first impression, the best impression, she made her entry into the Kannada film industry. It was the same man, K. M. Chaitanya, who introduced her as a child artist, welcomed her, and gave her the first Kannada debut movie in ‘Paraari’, where she plays a role of a village girl. The motion picture got released in 2013. In the meantime, she was booked for two Tamil movies, ‘Appavin Meesai’, and ‘Kristina’. She also signed up for the Kannada premiere, ‘Chitranna’, but there is no information about the film till now. Soon, she bagged another role in the Kannada motion picture, ‘Bhagyaraj’, which is still in progress. She then came back to the small screen in 2015 with Preethi Enderanu, which was also directed by K. M. Chaitanya. It appears that Jahnavi still has a dream of pairing with Abhishek Majumdar for her plays, and with Puneeth Rajakumar and Diganth for her Kannada motion pictures.

Jahnavi Kamath Tamil Actress