For one as young as Anandhi, she has already proved her mettle as a fine actress right from her very first film in Telugu. While she has gone on to act in several films after that, including those in Tamil, discerning moviegoers always try to co-relate with her acting in her debut film.“Bus Stop” was shot in 2012, when she was 19, and it did not come to her in any conscious way since Anandhi's entry into movies was not pre-planned. It came to her because of a sudden opportunity, when she was participating in a dance competition.

She caught the attention of the Telugu film director who could immediately spot her potential and decided to cast her in “Bus Stop”, which proved to be a huge success. It had a mature theme and her handling of it won her acclaim for her performance of Seema, a loose natured fun loving girl. The remarkable aspect of it was that she was cast alongside veterans like Prince and Kanna as well as another newcomer like her, Sri Divya, but she seemed to have hogged the limelight in this debut film of hers.

Although she immediately received a handful of offers for upcoming Telugu films, the next lot of films did not fare well in the box office, making her consider her options in the Tamil film industry, signing up for “Poriyaalan”.Her performance in this her very first Tamil film, was well received, with the film itself being a moderate commercial success. Her next venture in Tamil was for Prabhu Solomon's directorial venture “ Kayal Click to look into! >> Read More... Kayal ”, in which she plays the role of Kayal.

Something else happened in her career with this film. Instead of her original name Rakshita which she had been using so far, Prabhu decided to give her the name Anandhi for this film, and that is the name which has made her more famous across the Tamil and Telugu film industry. In her brief film career, she has so far appeared in about 11 films a majority of which have been in Tamil, and she will soon appear in “ChandiVeeran” with Atharvaa, and “ Trisha Illana Nayantara Click to look into! >> Read More... Trisha Illana Nayantara ” with G.V. Prakash Kumar.

Vimala Raman Tamil Actress

Vimala Raman

Vimala Raman is a renowned model and actress. She is also known for her skills in Bharatnatyam dance. She is basically from Sydney, Australia. She was born on 23rd January 1982. She basically belongs from south India. Along with her education, she also got trained in an Indian classical dance form, that is, Bharatanatyam. She took her training in Natanalaya Dance Academy which is based in Sydney. She took her lesson in this dance form under the training of Jayalakshmi Kandiah. In the year 2006, she came into the limelight of the Indian cinema with a Tamil film, 'Poi'. After her debut, she went on doing South Indian films like, her first Malayalam film was ' Time'. Then again, in 2007, she did another movie 'Pranayakalam' with Ajmal Ameer. After getting a huge success, she again appeared in three films the same year, 'Sooryan’,’Nasrani’ and 'Romeoo'. In 2008, she appeared in 'Calcutta news' and 'College Kumaran'. In 2010, she got an opportunity to act in her dream role in 'Aptharakshaka', opposite to Dr. Vishnuvardhan. Besides acting in the South Indian films, she also had acted in some Hindi films too. In 2013, she acted as Jia, in a Hindi film, ' Mumbai Mirror'. It was directed by Ankush Bhatt. She also acted in 'Meri Warrant' in 2010. In 2016, she will be seen in the film, 'Afra Tafri', directed by Haadi Abrar. In this film, she is casted with some renowned actors of Bollywood, like Govinda, Sunil Shetty, MugdhaGodse and Gulshan Grover. With her popularity in the south Indian movies, she has started to act in the Bollywood movies.


Anaswara Kumar

For young Tamil actress Anaswara Kumar, it was almost a dream entry to films.Having completed her schooling, she had been to see an earlier publicised Chennai Super Kings fan video shoot where one of the crew members proposed to her a second lead role in an upcoming sports based film. She did not at first believe this but after speaking to her parents she could convince them to allow her to just try once, and then get back to studies if it did not work out well. After initial hesitation they agreed. Luck was with her and she was chosen out of 40 girls, to play that supporting role in the sports thriller “Vallinam” released in 2014. It, however, did not happen to be her first release, since in the meanwhile she also had an offer for a lead role in a romantic comedy, entitled “Ego” which got released earlier in 2013, and was full of newcomers on the cast. Unfortunately her first released film did not do well in the box office. Her real break came in the film “Yaamirukka Bayamey” released in the same year. It was one of those black comedies dealing with ghosts, and she did her role including developing her eerie looks exactly as her director had conceived. With the commercial success of this film, she started receiving numerous offers, including one for a remake of the film in Kannada in the same year, titled “Namo Boothatma”.Anaswara’s luck was holding and the Kannada version also was a commercial success. Although she had entered into stardom barely two years back in 2013, and is yet to boast of a long list of films, still, her career story provides for interesting reading, and worth recounting. It was that role in “Yaamirukka Bayamey” that changed her life, and was grateful to both the director and producer of the film, both of whom were very supportive of her efforts. She confessed that she really had to work hard to get that ideal ghostly look – looking scary at the same time not losing any of her innocence. For Anaswara, the young Malayali girl born and brought up in Chennai, her establishing herself in the Tamil film industry was a real transformation and one which would encourage her further in her seemingly promising career.

Anaswara Kumar Tamil Actress