Ramya Subramanian is a very popular TV host and actress. Ramya hails from Chennai. Many of them can easily identify her as VJ Ramya. She is one of the most endowed actresses in the Tamil film industry. She is well known for the characters she chooses to do in the films. In the year 2004, she participated in Ms. Chennai competition. She was among the finalists in that competition. Before emulating in such a candidacy, she was already done with her first project, a movie named “The Missing.” In that talkie, she portrayed the role of a doctor. Subsequently, she continued with her acting career.

Before that, she hosted a few TV shows like “Kalakkapovadhu Yaar?”,“Ungalil Yaar Adutha Prabhudeva?”, “ Namma Veetu Kalyanam Namma Veetu Kalyanam is a very unique show hosted >> Read More... ” and “ Kedi Boys Killadi Girls Kedi Boys Killadi Girls is a reality show under th >> Read More... ” that aired on Star Vijay channel. For a few years, she continued with hosting. Her family was not comfortable with the film industry and this is the reason why Ramya did not show any interest in that way. While she was busy with her shows in the TV industry, she got an opportunity to play a role in the film “ Mozhi Click to look into! >> Read More... ”. Besides TV shows she used to host audio launches and award functions too. After doing a film in the year 2007, she did not accept any other role. Later on in the year 2011, she again came back in acting and played the role of a news reporter.

She eventually got married to Chennai-based auditor Aparajith Jayaraman and in not less than a few month, they broke up. She then moved back to her native place and this news was conveyed to her fans via Twitter. She’s very prissy about her work. Earlier she used to do all the shows that came her way. But now she has become very selective. She will not host the same show again and again else she will get bored. She has also worked as a radio jockey at BIG FM 92.7. In the year 2015, she received an opportunity to work in Mani Ratnam’s O Kadhal Kanmani. She was asked to play the role of, Dulquar’s friend, Ananya. Her performance was very well taken by everyone. Apart from being an actor, anchor and RJ, she loves to be an entrepreneur, and she’s waiting for things to fall in the right place.

Balambika Tamil Actress


Balambika is a Tamil cinema actress, who is also acting in serials. She made her debut through the movie Palam as the sister of the actor Murali. She is popular for her role in the movie Nadigan, which has Sathyaraj, Kushboo, Manorama, Goundamani and Chinni Jayanth. Balambika was paired with Chinni in that movie. Many people say that, she resembles Kushboo. She has also acted in Rasathi Varum Naal, Thambikoru Paatu and Enn Aasai Thangachi. In Enn Aasai Thangachi, she paired with Ramki. She has acted as a heroine in more than five movies, and in many movies she has done the role as a sister. She got married in 2001 and consequently quit the cinema industry. She has two children, a son and a daughter.     Her son is studying in seventh standard and her daughter in 5th standard. After a dozen of years, she wanted to act again and entered the cinema industry and serial industry as well. She made her re-entry through a game show. At present, she is acting in the serial Priyamanaval in Sun TV, which is led by Praveena and Subalekha Sudhakar. She has also committed in many movies. She has acted in Deivam Thandha Veedu. Balambika’s father was a production manager and hence, she got the chance to act in many movies. For the movie Nadigan, she was selected by P. Vasu as Kusboo’s sister among a big gang of twenty people at the audition. Thala Kal Puriyala, Kanniyum Kaalayum Sema Kadhal, Kubera Raasi, Aaruvadhu Sinam are her latest committed movies. She is passionate in dancing and acting. She is very much interested in reading books and writing diaries. Before many years ago, she had gone to various foreign countries to pursue her dancing career. Her favorite place in TamilNadu is Kodaikanal. She is a serious devotee of Shridi Sai Baba. Balambika advises the youngsters to think well, before they commit to any kind of job.