Vindhya is an Indian film actress who acted in Tamil films. Making her acting debut in the late-90s, she is probably best known for her performances in the films Sangamam and Thirunelveli. Though both films did not perform well at the box-office, she was given the lead role in yet another film’ Magalirkkaga’ that released in 2000.

The film received a mixed response. Besides working in a few Tamil and Malayalam films, she has appeared in one Telugu film too. In the same year, the actress appeared in another film ‘Kannukku Kannaga’ that featured Murali, Devayani, and Raja in lead roles. The film did not receive any good response from audiences. She has worked as a lead actress in a few Tamil films. As the films did not do very well commercially, she had got married soon. The actress got married to Gopalakrishnan. Gopalakrishnan is the brother of actress Bhanu Priya. The couple tied their knot at the Guruvayoor temple on February 16, 2008. But the marriage did not last very long. Today, they had filed a divorce and got separated. This actress only had acted in family-drama oriented movies.

The year 2001 saw her perform in the Rama Narayanan directed ‘Viswanathan Ramamoorthy’ co-starring Roja and Kovai Sarala. In the same year, she acted in ‘ Charlie Chaplin’ co-starring Prabhu Ganesan and Prabhu Deva in lead roles. The film was a commercial success. It may be noted the same film was remade in Hindi ( No Entry), Kannada (Kalla Malla Sulla), Malayalam ( Happy Husbands), Telugu ( Pellam Oorelithe) and even in the Marathi language (No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahey). In 2002, she even appeared in an item song for a movie named ‘ Red’. In the same year, the actress was noticed in another family drama movie named ’ Namma Veetu Kalyanam’ co-starring Murali, Meena and Manorama. The year 2003 saw her perform again with Prabhu in a movie named ‘Yes Madam.' In the same year, she branched out to Malayalam and Telugu film industries. Her Malayalam film debut was in the movie named ‘Kilichundan Mampazham’ opposite Mohanlal, Soundarya, and Sreenivasan. ‘Seetaiah’ was her Telugu debut film.

She has also starred opposite many established actors and actresses in her career spanning over a decade. The actress was busy in her career for two more years (2004 and 2005) when she was noticed in two Tamil movies. Later, she took a break from acting. She made her comeback in 2008. It was in 2008; she married actress Bhanu Priya’s brother which was an arranged marriage. The marriage took place at Guruvayoor temple, but it did not last long. After her unsuccessful marriage, she tried to make her come back again and was seen in few Tamil movies. This actress even had campaigned for the AIADMK during the previous state assembly elections.

Meghna Nair Tamil Actress

Meghna Nair

Megha Nair is a talented young South – Indian actress who has been seen to appear in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam movies. She has been entertaining the industry from the year 2008, with her debut movie “Thangam”. Megha was born in the year 1989 in Alappuzha, Kerala, India. In her debut movie, “Thangam”, Megha portrayed the lead character, as Sathyaraj’s wife. In the movie, she was seen to go through an exceptional makeover to help her fit her to9 her character. She did this role when she was just eighteen years old. This just goes on to prove how much a versatile actress she can be. She was born with the talent, and she was born to be on screen. She has been seen active on screen since. The numerous movies that she did have never failed to leave a mark on the hearts of her viewers. She has done several roles including that of a prostitute, a police officer, again proving the flexibility of the actress. One key point of the actress that the directors noticed in her, apart from her expertise in acting, was her height. Her height gained her a ticket to act in the film “Siva” as the tough and strong police officer. A female police officer also shows the female-oriented approach of the actress. Up until now, Megha’s highest profile is “Siruthai”, which she did alongside with some prominent actors of the industry. It has been a good streak for Megha, but in a few instances, her luck ran out. Due to an unfortunate turn of events, Megha finds that a few of the films that she starred in were either not released or stopped midway through its production. Even so, she was still able to take part in some major films which spanned over three big film industries- Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam.