Megha Shree is one of the most talented actresses of television in Southern India. She is beautiful and tall. She has done many TV shows and daily soaps, and is now stepping towards her career in movies. She currently lives in Kadugodi in Krishnarajapuram. Her recent one was a Telugu film released on 7th January, 2016, titled “
Oh My God”. It starred Megha Shree,
Jabardasth Phani, etc. The songs of the movie were loved by people. Though the film could not get nice reviews from the critics, Megha Shree was appreciated by everyone. It was a horror drama film.
She gained fame as a star in many Kannada TV serials like ‘
Pa Pa Pandu, among others. Pa Pa Pandu is the comedy show in which the wife dominates the life of the protagonist.
Sihi Kahi Chandru directed it. He was the one to trust the versatility of Megha that she could do extremely well in a comic role too. The series ran successfully for many seasons. She starred in the daily soap, ‘
Kutumbam’. It aired on Gemini TV, and it was a family drama show directed by C. J. Bhaskar. It described the struggle of a joint family who stays under one roof, and together they withstand the plans made by their rival.
She acted in a Kannada TV show, ‘Kasthuree’, and played the role of an innocent girl in it. Megha Shree has been versatile, and whatever role is given to her, she does complete justice to it. Her co-stars were
Madhurima Tuli, and
Mouni Roy, among others. There were a lot of famous stars in the show. In the year 2015, her Telugu movie, ‘
Anaganaga Oka Chitram’, was released, which was a romantic drama. It released on 11th December, 2015. Her co-stars in the movie were Shiva,
Vennela Kishore, and
Sudheer Babu. J. Prabhakar Reddy directed it. Even after a good script and amazing performances of stars, the movie could not gain a place in everyone’s heart. The same year, she also did the movie ‘
Khaki’, which is now in talkies. The movie was successful. Her three films earned her a lot of offers, and there are many upcoming movies of her. She will soon conquer the entire Southern film industry.