Tamil film had seen actresses who stole the show playing heroines. Furthermore, after a break when they started their second innings, they bagged plum jobs and proceeded from where they left, however the strong character roles. Here are a couple of names from Tamil film who lean toward doing substantial jobs in movies that no uncertainty win them shrubs.
Archana was very well known playing lead in unique film, particularly that Balu Mahendram ability was versatile to the point that she was called Smita Patil of South India. She is back after a long hole to complete a conspicuous job that of Vijay Sethupathi’s better half in Seethakathi. In the film, Vijay Sethupathi plays 80-year-old theater artiste Ayya. Archana’s unpretentious execution in the film has won her rave audits. Also, presently she has a few movies and she plays the lead in the both. A solid and a ground-breaking character which sets the story going.
2. Eswari Rao
Eswar Rao Started her Film Career with Kavithai Paadum Alaigal in 1990. Came Raman Abdullah after 7 years and she has celebrated as courageous woman who can act out well. She acted Guru Paarvai and in Appu in which she played Prashanth’s Sister. She had returned to assume an incredible role that of Selvi in Kaala. Curiously she played Rajinikanth‘s significant other in the movie.
The Popular Actress Revathi, Who act with almost top heroes in 80’s. She charmed fans with a Bold Performance in Paa Pandi. She played yesteryear love of Rajkiran in the Dhanush directorial. A noble depiction in the film guaranteed she walk away with laurels from all quarters. She is there in the kept running with handful of movie with Bold characters.
Saranya has the most adorable mother of Tamil Cinema. She Performe as a mother to almost top heroes in Kollywood. She started her film career as heroine inverse Kamal Haasan. Presented by Mani Ratnam, she has progressed significantly in her profession. Her Performance as Veerayi, a widowed mother torn among love and possessiveness, in the 2010 film Thenmerku Paruvakaatru – her 100th release – earned her the National Film Award for Best Actress. She has played the role of villain in Achamindri.
Urvashi was one of the Popular Heroine in 80’s. Today She is a Sough-after character and Comedy artiste. She has won two Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. From Mundashani Mudichu till now, she has had aSuccessful journey and rightly adapting her to changing times. From being a heroine to character role, she is there to exceed expectations. Recently, her comical performance as hero’s mother in films have won her greater fame among today’s youngsters.