Cinema being a world of glamor and beauty, there’s always an inquest for new faces, especially for the role of heroines. Though largely the participation of heroines in the story is less, the charm they bring on the screen has no match. Off late, KFI has got a new set of actresses, both from its native and from the other industries. A few of them are making their debut and others have already made a mark. Here are the new-age Kannada heroines who are beautiful, bold, and incredibly charming.
Sangeetha – Charlie 777
Having selected for the female lead for the upcoming flick, Charlie 777 starring Rakshith Shetty, Sangeetha looks amazingly fresh and beautiful. It was a tough one for the team to select their lead actress. Sangeetha got selected after auditioning 2,700 profiles.
The lady has played Sati’s role in a popular TV serial ‘Hara Hara Mahadeva’ which got her to an instant fame. She says, “For the next six months, I will stay committed to 777 Charlie. Also, since the film involves shooting with the dogs, I want to build a rapport with the pets.”
Srinidhi Shetty – KGF
Srinidhi Ramesh Shetty, the lead actress of KGF has already made a name in the context of KGF trailer going viral on social media. She is an Indian model, a Mangalorean who holds the title of the beauty pageant and Miss Diva. In 2015, she won Miss Karnataka and Miss beautiful smile. Srinidhi is an electrical engineer who used to work in Accenture before getting into modeling.
Anupama Parameswaran – Natasarvabhouma
An actress who made her debut with a Tamil movie titled Premam as Mary George is in demand for all good reasons. Now, she is pairing opposite to Puneeth Rajkumar in Natasarvabhouma along with Rachitha Ram.
Tanya Hope – Yajamana
This Bengaluru born girl who became Miss India Kolkata in 2015 is a finalist of Femina Miss India 2015. She made her debut with a Telugu movie titled ‘Appatlo Okandundvadu’. Now, she is a part of Upendra’s Home minister and is one of the heroines in Darshan’s Yajamana movie.
Roshni Prakash – Kavaludaari
A Coorgi who worked as a construction engineer has made it to the finale of Femina Miss India South, 2016. She was seen in movies such as sapthagiri express, Tiger Galli, Yemaali and now, she is a part of the Kavaludaari, Hemanth Rao’s next.
Pooja Devariya – Katheyondu Shuruvagide
A Bengaluru born beauty who was seen in recently released Katheyondu Shuruvaagide first appeared in a Tamil movie. She’s been active in theatres before turning to films.
Ashika Ranganath – Mugulu Nage
A Tumkur born girl, Ashika Ranganath is one of the promising Kannada heroines to look for. She rose to fame with 2016 film crazy boy. Later on, she bagged a role in Yograj Bhat’s Mugulu Nage followed by a lead role in Raju Kannada medium.
Nabha Natesh – Vajrakaya
A Chikmagalur Pataka who made her debut with Shivrajkumar’s Vajrakaya caught an instant attention. The gorgeous Naba Natesh was featured in top 11 in Femina Miss India Bangalore 2013. Today, she is busy working in Kannada and Telugu films.
Manvitha Kamath – Kendasampige
After working as an RJ in Radio Mirchi, Manvitha made into films through Suri’s directorial Kendasampige. The film became popular and she won SIIMA debut award for it. Following, she bagged roles in movies such as Chowka, Kanaka, Tagaru, and others.
Asmita Sood – Victory
Asmita is a model turned actress who made her Kannada debut with Sharan’s victory. She has been active in Hindi television hosting reality shows such as Star Plus’s Phir Bhi Naa Mane, Sony TV’s Dil Hi Toh Hai and others. Today, she is popular in Tollywood and also been appearing in Kannada movies.
Shruthi made her debut with recently released Kannada movie, ‘Sankashta Kara Ganapathi’. She was working in the F&B sector and have tried her hands on anchoring as well.
Aakanksha Singh – Pailwan
Aakansha will be making her Sandalwood debut through Phailwan. A charming lady who has been active in Hindi TV serials is excited and thrilled to be a part of this project. She has acted in a Hindi movie Badrinath Ki Dulhania and also in a Telugu movie titled Malli Raava.
So, this was about the new-age promising Kannada heroines.
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