Kausha Rach was born in Mumbai in 1986. This actress used to take part in troupe dance for all top choreographers in Bollywood, including Farah Khan Farah Khan is an Indian film actress, producer, di >> Read More... Farah Khan and Ahmed Khan Ahmed Khan is a multi talented personality of the >> Read More... Ahmed Khan . It was then she felt to become an actress. She had struggled in her initial days and came to Bollywood just like Ram Gopal Varma’s Rangeela girl Urmila Mataondkar, who was shown in the film (Rangeela) graduating from a troupe dancer to an actress. Kausha was inspired from Ram Gopal Varma’s story line and followed it in her own career. She still considers that she is the real “Rangeela girl’’ from Bollywood. When she was cast as a dancer for Nagarjuna’s Manmadhudu, a director approached her and insisted her to become an actress. Thus Kausha Rach got her first debut as heroine with “Premaya Namaha”. The film was not a success. Yet Kausha’s ravishing performance in the movie made her a recognized face in Tollywood.

She was also lucky to follow the trend that is existing now in Tollywood, where Telugu cinema just prefers to import girls from Bollywood. Like many Mumbai girls who came to Tollywood to make their career, she was also one among them. Her role in Buddha as Siddhartha Gautama’s wife Yashodhara, received critical response. Later, Kausha came to be known as the hot sex bomb in Tollywood for her item numbers in totally revealing costumes. She has acted as heroine in five Telugu films and was cast as ‘’item number’’ girl in nearly 10 Telugu films. She has no inhibitions in exposing herself if the script demands as she wants to become a hot actress in South Indian cinema. Kausha holds a diploma in Drawing Art Teaching course and is a good painter herself. She is undoubtedly considered as the item girl in Tollywood now.
Meenakshi Dixit Telugu Actress

Meenakshi Dixit

Meenakshi Dixit is an actress and a dancer well known for her works in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi movies. She was born on 12th October in the year 1988 in the city of Raebareli in the state of Uttar Pradesh. She was born to parents Geeta Dixit and Ishwar Chandra Dixit, her father who worked as a Senior Lawyer. After completing her higher secondary education, Meenakshi sought graduation in Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University formerly known as Kanpur University in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Science with Zoology, Botany and Chemistry. As a young girl, Meenakshi was trained in various dance forms like western styles and classical dance forms like Kathak. She participated in ‘Nachle Ve with Saroj Khan’ a reality show about dance that was aired in the year 2008 in NDTV Imagine. From there she went on to do a film in the Telugu cinema industry called ‘Lifestyle’ and later moved to modeling. Her modeling career took her to advertising and got herself appearing in commercials of big brands. Some of the brands she advertised for are, Joy Alukkas Jewelry, Fair and Handsome cream, Chennai Silks, Microsoft Windows, Brook Bond Taza tea, Lee Cooper, ESSAR and Radio Mirchi, etc. She appeared in a Malayalam film named ‘Alexander The Great’ a film by Murali Nagavalli alongside Malayalam Industry’s superstar Mohan Lal. She played the role of ‘Bismitha’ in the film alongside other stars like Sudha Chandran, Bala, Saikumar, Jagadish and Nedumudi Venu, etc. She made appearances and item numbers in many Tamil and Telugu films like ‘Dookudu’ in the year 2011, ‘Bodyguard’, ‘Daruvu’, ‘Devaraya’ and ‘Billa 2’ in the year 2012. In the year 2014, she made her acting debut as the lead in Yuvaraj Dhayalan’s ‘Tenaliraman’. She was cast as ‘Princess Maadhulai’ alongside other stars like Vadivelu and Radha Ravi. She also made her debut into Bollywood with director Kundan Shah in his 2015 release, ‘P Se PM Tak’.


Krishna Kumari

Krishna Kumari was a leading actress in Telugu cinema during the 50s’ and 60’s. In Telugu film, she was considered to be another Savitri (star of Tamil cinema) for having the ability to portray her character in a competent manner. This actress was born in West Bengal in 1933. She is the younger sister of another actress Sowkar Janki, who had earned name and reputation in both Tamil and Telugu films. Being the leading actress in the era of black and white cinema, she has always paired opposite veteran and legendary actors such as NTR and ANR, etc.  Fortunately, most of her films were a run-way hit in box office. After her success in Telugu films, she tried to accept films in other regional languages too such as Tamil and Kannada ever. She appeared in the mythological film opposite Dr. Rajkumar and entertained the audiences. After her marriage, she gracefully quit her stardom and got disappeared from movies. She is married to Ajay Mohan and has a girl named Dipika.  Her husband was the founder of Screen magazine and editor of Indian Express. Her best film with ANR was’ Bharya Barthalu’. This actress was an embodiment of beauty. She had perfect facial features, so she was selected for a role in films when she was just struggling to get a role in the film’ Navvithe Navaratnalu’(1951). Since a film chance had knocked her doorstep, she accepted the offer and went to write a history of Telugu, Kannada and Tamil cinema. Being born in West Bengal, she had her early education in Bengal, Assam and even in Rajahmundry.  She never behaved like a superstar and had put her co-artistes at ease while shooting any scene. She was seen in a Hindi film’ Kabhi Andhera Kabhi Ujala’ (1958) in which she had played the role of Kishore Kumar’s sister. This actress became very active in the 60s and was seen appearing in South Indian films with other artists such as Jamuna, Padmini and Vyjayanthimala. She became the number one female lead actress of the period( 1953-65) in Telugu films. Away from arc lights, she now spends her time in cooking and gardening activities in her home in Bengaluru.

Krishna Kumari Telugu Actress