Baby Neha is a talented young child artiste who got introduced in the serial . She grows as the child of Hema and Shekar and then comes to know about her original mother. Then she moves to her mother Kokila. She overcomes all the plans by her villainy grandmother and safeguards her mother and her kid in the womb. Her excellent performance earned lots of fans all over Tamilnadu. Seeing her excellent performance, her part was extended to perform as a solo super star in that serial. Kokila role is by Shamita and Hema is by Divya Padmini Divya Padmini is also known as Divya Viswanath. Sh >> Read More... and Shekar role is presented by Shree. Villainy Grandmother Role was done by Shankarabaranam fame Rajalakshmi. Master Sanjith Mater Sanjith is a famous child artist in Tamil. H >> Read More... and Master Abi Dilip had provided good supporting roles with Neha. Baby Neha has committed simultaneously in Vani Rani, while acting in Pillai Nila. In Vani Rani, she is the daughter of Rani and Swaminathan. The roles of Rani and Swaminathan are performed by Radhika and Babloo, respectively. Her role as Thenmozhi in Vani Rani is so cute. She speaks like a matured lady in both of the serials she has acted. She spares her acting time in between her studies. Many directors want to book her in their films. But Neha wants to concentrate on her studies than acting.
Neelima Rani Tamil Actress

Neelima Rani

Neelima is a decently prestigious Tamil Actress. Neelima began her acting career in “Oru Pennin Kathai” when she was in school. In her late spring excursions, she likewise did gimmick movies like Thevar Magan, Virumbugiren and Pandavar Bhoomi. When she was 15 she performed the lead part in “Acham Madam Naanam” . In 2010, she published that she would put scenes on TV serials behind her necessities to star in gimmick films. Her part as “Karthi's” companion in “Naan Mahaan Alla” won her Edison Award for Best Supporting Actress before she happened to depict an alternate vital part in “Muran”. The on-screen character has turned maker with “K. S. Adhiyaman's” wander “Amali Thumali”, a parody film emphasizing Nakul, Shanthnu and Santhanam in the top parts. Her obligations as maker implied she needed to manage work in Fiji and subsequently she needed to stop her part in the TV serial, “Thendral”. She began her movie profession with “Thevar Magan” in 1992 as a youngster artist and later on she was emphasized in movies like “Pandavar Bhoomi(2001)” and “Virumbugiren(2002)”. One by one she gave numerous blockbuster movies in the Tamil business and soon turned into a well-known artist. She was most recently seen in “Amali Thumali(2014)” and the news was spread that she was going to show up in movies “Iruvar Ullam” and “Vaaliba Raja” which were still to be released in the industry. Alongside an acclaimed dingy profession, Neelima additionally made a decent TV career. Neelima showed up in a standout amongst the most popular Tamil serials “Thendral” playing the part of “Lavanya”. She is presently living up to expectations in “Mahabharatham” as “Goddess Rukmani”. Late news states that she has quite recently returned from Fiji islands and is going to begin producing movies as opposed to acting in them.

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Bombay Gnanam

Bombay Gnanam is a name who represents the earliest woman participation in the Tamil stage and theatre shows. A passionate dreamer of a career in acting since her childhood, she joined the Tamil theater bandwagon back in 1980. She was deeply inspired by a report on minimal participation of woman in Tamil theatre and established her own all woman theatre group called Mahalakshmi Ladies Drama Group in 1989. Since then she has paved her way through theatre, stage shows, television serials and films. Over 20 serials, including some famous ones like ‘Kolangal’ and ‘Kudumbam’ are in her credit. ‘Premi’ was her debut in the TV serial industry in which she worked with veteran industry giant K. Balachander. She has also acted in some famous movies, but her first love remains to be theatre. She is known for her theatre niche specially and her headstrong portrayals of pro woman roles and subjects. Her troupe Mahalakshmi Ladies Drama Group has recently completed its 25 years in the Tamil theatre world and is still prominent in raising pro woman causes through this eminent media. She has been awarded ‘Kalaimamani’ award, which is given for excellence in the field of art and literature. She has many other awards in her credit such as Nataka Choodamani by Krishna Gana Sabha and Nataka Padmam by Brahma Gana Sabha. A mother of 2 sons and part of a happy family, she is quite relaxed and satisfied with her life. She desires to carve out some ways to make her shows reach to the rural masses; especially for woman. She has a desire to play it right for the woman rights again. She is definitely a flag bearer.

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Bombay Gnanam Tamil Actress