Ramya Krishnan has long been one of the biggest stars of Telugu cinema, but her impact on the Hindi film industry is far from the same. She acted in films such as Dayavan, Parampara, Khalnayak, Chaahat, Banarasi Babu, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan. But she wasn’t the most admired person for her small roles in these films. (Read also: Interview: Nithya Menen says, ‘When you see Shobana or Kanchana, it’s not me at all’)
Now, in an interview with PTI, Ramya has admitted that things are not going well in Bollywood. “There was no successful film[here]and I was already a star or a major heroine in the Telugu industry, so I didn’t have the courage to leave that industry and come to battle[in Hindi cinema]. I didn’t. I don’t have the courage to let it all go,” she said.
“You need successful films to appear in more films in a particular industry. Unfortunately, it didn’t happen in Hindi and I was comfortable shooting Telugu films,” he said. she added.
In her latest release, Liger, she plays Baramani, the mother of lead character Vijay Deberakonda. Directed by Puri Jagannad, it’s about an underdog fighter (Deverakonda) from Mumbai who, with the support of her mother, enters the MMA Championship.
Ramya is Allari Priyudu (Telugu), Kante Kuthurne Kanu (Telugu), Padayappa (Tamil), Sweety Nanna Jodi (Kannada), Panchatantiram (Tamil), Baahubali series (Telugu), Super Deluxe (Tamil) ) has also appeared. She is next seen in the Nelson Dilipkumar-directed Rajinikanth-directed film Jaylah and her MX player her series Her Queen in the second season. Directed by Gautam Vasdev Menon and Prasat Murugesan, Queen saw Ramya Krishnan as Sakti Seshadri. The show divides Jayalalithaa’s life into her three segments. It focuses on a school-going girl, her life as a teenager, and the stages in which she entered politics and took over the position of MG Her Ramachandran after his death.