Ramya Krishna

Ramya Krishna

 Actress
 Chennai
 15-Sep-1967
 Vellai Manasu (1983)

About Me

Ramya Krishna was born in Chennai. She is the niece of veteran Tamil comedian Cho Ramaswamy. She received initial training in Bharathanatyam, Western andKuchipudi dance forms and has given many stage performances. Her mother tongue is Tamil. Ramya started her acting career at the age of 13 with the Malayalam film Neram Pularumbol featuring Mammootty and Mohanlal in the lead.  This film had a delayed release in 1986. Her first release was Vellai Manasu (1985), a Tamil film opposite Y.G.Mahendra. Ramya's first Telugu film was Bhalae Mithrulu. She achieved fame through Kasinadhuni Viswanath’s Sutradharulu, released in 1987. She emerged as one of the leading actresses in the Telugu industry alongside Radha,  Banupriya, Vijayashanti, Soundarya  and Meena in the 1980's and 90's. She has been paired with leading actors such as N. T. Rama Rao, Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Krishna, Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna, Venkatesh, Balakrishna, Jagapati Babu, Rajendra Prasad, Srikanth, Rajasekhar, Junior NTR, and Mahesh Babu. She started a company in the name of her son Ritwik. She is has hosted the entertainment show Zara Masti Zara Dhoom. She played lead role in several SunTV serials such as Kalasam, Thangam, Rajakumari and Vamsam. Her most recent film is Baahubali: The Beginning and soggade chinni nayana and also she playing a very important role in Allari Naresh's upcoming movie Mama Manchu, Alludu Kanchu. She married Telugu film director Krishna Vamsi on 12 June 2003. They have a son named Ritwik. She is a successful multilingual actress in commercial Indian cinema. She has over 200 films to her credit. She also holds a rare record of acting in five languages, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi. She has played such diverse roles as a glam-doll, a caring wife, a devoted mom, an arrogant vamp and even a goddess. Her future projects are Aadupuliyattam, Sarkar, Raju Maharaja, Baahubali: The Conclusion, Madhura Meenakshi and Vasantha Ragalu.

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