Riya Bamniyal is an actress who appears in movies and televisions serials. She is just three films old but has grabbed an offer to take up television career seriously, and she was spotted in ' Yeh Hai Aashiqui Yeh hai Aashiqui is a Hindi story serial being air >> Read More... Yeh Hai Aashiqui ' which is being aired on Bindaas channel. The actress has expressed that she had found a new respect for television and she discovered this while playing just one episode in the serial 'Yeh Hai Aashiqui.' She said it was just not fun but even had been enabled her to portray many shades of emotions in one episode itself. She is playing a pivotal role in the serial and donning a character of a girl ' Ahana Bio Coming Soon... >> Read More... Ahana ' who leaves home to chase her dreams in Mumbai and in the end she becomes successful too. Riya first made her debut in a Tamil movie ’Kulir 100’ in the year 2009 in which she was cast opposite actor Sanjeev. Riya played the principal's daughter in this movie.

In the year 2011, Riya got the chance to act in a Bollywood film named ‘Luv Ka The End’. The film failed to receive a good response at the box office, but she was excellent in her performance. The actress is also acting in a Kannada movie named ‘Namma Kalyani’. It is a real story that happened in Bengaluru town based on true sketches of a motherand  how she abandoned her child.  Riya has a stellar role in the movie. Also, she also played an important part in a horror movie 'Rajmahal' which was released in 2014. The actress was born on born 28 October 1987. She is very sportive and can be suitable for the glam role. She is exact for glam doll roles that Bollywood might want to exploit in near future. She is expected to get more varied roles and does not mind acting in other regional languages. Language is no bar for her; she is quite capable of delivering exactly what the film demands out of her whether ii is in a small or big screen.


Roopa is also known as Roopa Devi in the film fraternity. She was one –film wonder in Tamil film world. Her film ‘Oru Thalai Ragam’ (1980) opposite actor Shankar created box office history in Tamil film industry. It had a run of more than one year in Chennai but initially, the film was rejected by audiences. It was only after few weeks’ continuous show in theaters the film picked up well. It was a college love story, and this actress carrying a book in hand became the symbol of Chennai college goers. Although she was not extremely glamorous, people felt that she could become a star overnight in Kollywood. But this did not happen as she switched her preference in Malayalam movies. The music of ‘Oru Thalai Ragam’ by actor-cum –director T. Rajendar was well received. Although she got author backed roles in movies like ‘Echchil Iravugal‘ and ‘Kanavugal Karpanaigal’ both the movies had released n the year 1982, but it did not create a wave in theaters in Tamil Nadu. She acted with actors like Pratap Pothen, Vijayan, Sri Priya and Sarath babu. Since her first Tamil Film ‘Oru Thalai Ragam’ was highly successful film, many of her Malayalam movies were screened in Tamil Nadu theaters that had average run in Chennai. She mostly appeared in family drama movies in Kollywood. She was busy actress only for three years. It was between 1980-1983, she had signed almost 19 films and had completed them. Although her performances were never a box-office puller, she excelled in a role that was given to her in early 90’s in the film industry. After 1990, she withdrew herself from film assignments and again made a comeback in a Kannada movie ‘Jarasandha’(2011) in an elderly role. The film was disappointing, and she withdrew herself from films once again.

Roopa Tamil Actress