Funny, Beautiful and Voluptuous Ramya Sri
Not a few people know Ramya Sri; tons of people know her, as the actress has acted in around 250 films. Ramya Sri is a leading South Indian actress, a very popular figure with films made in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Bhojpuri and Hindi languages. Her real name is Sujatha, but that is too common a name, and as it is true to most stars even in Hollywood, she needed a screen name, and so she chose Ramya Sri.
Ramya Sri was born and raised in Visakhapatnam, the second largest city in Andhra Pradesh and the third largest in the eastern coast of India, next only to the major cities of Che
nnai and Kolkata. Needless to say, the actress is quite well known here. She was brought up in Visakhapatnam, finished her schooling and earned a college degree in this city before she became an actress in 1997.
One of the films she made in the Telugu language is “Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters” in 2008. Ramya Sri was one of the female leads in this movie where she played as a housemaid. In the movie, the Bommana brothers were petty thieves who fell in love with the Chandana sisters.
This film didn’t do very well, yet Ramya Sri was able to pull off a good performance. Several reviews rated “Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters” as average, but Ramya Sri’s performance as very good. The actress is best known for her comedic and sexy roles.
Fans love her charming face and voluptuous figure. She is also loved as a singer and dancer, especially for her sexy dance numbers, although she truly is a talented actor. Many fans and Internet “stalkers” love viewing, sharing and posting her online photos.
Another film she did in Telugu is “Aadi”. The voluptuous sexy actress played a minor role in this film that did much better than “Bommana Brothers”. “Aadi” received a number of good reviews and became a top grossing blockbuster in 2002.
Her other films in Telugu are Korukunna Priyudu (1997), Ammayilu Abbayilu (2003), Saradaga Prem Rajyam, Maharajasri (2007), and Kasepu (2010). She has not won any acting awards but her performances are always memorable, sometimes even more unforgettable than the films. Still on production are and Babala Bagotham, both to be released in 2012.
She also did a movie in Kannada called “Aryabhata”. It was a not a bad movie, but again Ramya Sri played only a minor role. In real life, Aryabhata is a well-known Indian mathematical genius.
Meanwhile, one of her Tamil movies is “Suryavamasam”, which was shot and shown in 1997. The leading actors were Sarath Kumar who played the character of Chinnarasu/Sakthivel Gounder, Devayani who played Nandini, and Raadhika as the wife of Sakthivel Gounder. The film did very well and was even adapted in Bollywood as “Sooryavansham”, which starred Amitabh Bachan and Soundarya.
“Suryavamasam” is a heartwarming movie about family, relationships and true love. It won the Best Director Award at the Filmfare Awards in 1997. It was a good film where once again Ramya Sri played a minor yet memorable role.