Beautiful Actresses of South Indian Films


-Mahaveer Sanglikar

South Indian film industry is one of the most famous film industries in the world. The industry produces movies in 5 different languages, namely Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and occasionally in Hindi. Actresses of south Indian films are beautiful and they are well known for their ability in working in films in the different languages mentioned above. These actresses are not just from South India, but also from other parts of the country.

Here is an introduction to some of the famous South Indian actresses. This is an incomplete list, I will be adding more actresses later.

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Anjali
Anjali

Anjali

Anjali: Born on 11th September 1987 at Rajamundry, Andhra Pradesh

Anjali mainly appears in Tamil films, and also in Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films. She started her film career with the Telugu film Photo in 2006. So far she has appeared in 20 films in Southern languages. Until now she has won many awards including Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut (South), Vijay Award for Best Debut Actress, Filmfare Award for Best Actress (Tamil), Vijay Award for Best Actress and Jaya Award For Sensational Actress.

Ileana D'Cruz
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Ileana D'Cruz

Ileana D'Cruz: Born on 1st November 19--?

Ileana D'Cruz is an actress who mostly appears in Telugu films, as well as in Tamil, Kannada and Hindi films. Her first film was Devadasu (Telugu, 2006), for which she won Filmfare Best Female Debut Award (South). So far she has appeared in 19 films.

Amala Paul
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Amala Paul

Amala Paul: Born 26th October 1991

Amala works mainly in Tamil films, and also in Telugu and Malayalam films. She started her film career with the film Neelathamara (Malayalam) in 2009. In a short period, she appeared in 13 films. I think that she has a great future as she is a great actress with a charming face.

Asin
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Asin

Asin: Born on 26th October 1985

Asin Thottumakal, popularly known as Asin, is a famous South Indian film actress who works in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi films, although her first film was in Malayalam.

So far, she has worked in 23 films. She won many awards for her acting, including Filmfare Best Telugu Actress Award, Santosham Best Actress Award,Filmfare Best Tamil Actress Award, ITFA Best Actress Award,Filmfare Best Female Debut Award, IIFA Star Debut Award etc..

Ramya
Ramya

Divya Spandana

Divya Spandana: Born on 29 November 1982.

Divya Spandana, also known as Ramya is an actress from South India, who appears mainly in Kannada films, and also in Tamil and Telugu films. She started her film career with Abhi, a Kannada language film of 2003. So far she has worked in 38 films.

Hansika Motwani
Hansika Motwani

Hansika Motwani

Hansika Motwani: Born on 9th August 1991

Hansika Motwani started her career as a child artist in 2003 Hindi film Escape from Taliban, and there after worked in 5 more Hindi films again as a child artist. Her first film as an young actress was Desamuduru (Telugu, 2007), for which she won Filmfare Best Female Debut (South) award. She works in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil and Kannada films.

Meera Nandan
Meera Nandan

Meera Nandan

Meera Nandan: Born on: 26th November 1990

Meera Nandan mainly works in Malayalam films. Her first film was Mulla, for which she received South Filmfare Award for Best Debut Actress and Asianet Award for Best Female New Face of the Year.

So far she has worked in 20 films, most of them are in Malayalam language and few Tamil and Telugu.

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indianreel 22 months ago from London

Where is shriya, nayan and thrisha


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jainismus 4 years ago from Pune, India Author

Hi sunilkunnoth2012,

Thank you for expressing your views.

I think there is no much difference between North and South Indian actresses, except the skin color. Further, the definition of beauty changes according to regions and cultures. Beauty is in our vision.

Thanks.


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sunilkunnoth2012 4 years ago from Calicut (Kozhikode, South India)

Hi,

As far as film quality is concerned, South Indian movies especially Malayalam stands tall. But when we talk of beauties, I think the North Indian actresses are more beautiful.


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jainismus 4 years ago from Pune, India Author

jjexon,

Thank you for the comments


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jjexon 4 years ago

Very nice work Jainismus


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jainismus 4 years ago from Pune, India Author

dinkan53,

Yes, Meera Nandan represents common, simple but cute girls of our society


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jainismus 4 years ago from Pune, India Author

As I live in Maharashtra state, which is not a part of Southern India, I too do not get a chance to watch all South Indian movies. But few of them are often dubbed or remade in Hindi, and that is the only way to me watch them.


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dinkan53 4 years ago from India

Beautiful girls. I like Meera Nandan as she is so simple and cute.


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jainismus 4 years ago from Pune, India Author

Thank you Eiddwen for the appreciation.


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Eiddwen 4 years ago from Wales

An interesting hub and thanks for sharing.

Take care;

Eddy.


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Millionaire Tips 4 years ago from USA

I only seen one or two movies that are in these south Indian languages - we don't get a lot here. I liked them, but I don't remember who played in them.


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jainismus 4 years ago from Pune, India Author

Yes, you are right...


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

These are indeed beautiful actresses, jainismus. Thank you for the introductions.

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