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Ramya Krishnan call herself ‘not good performer’ as she reveals moving to Telugu industry after flops in Tamil

Ramya Krishnan revealed in an interview with Galatta why she moved to the Telugu film industry after beginning her acting career in Tamil. Ramya also admitted that she didn’t think she was a good performer at the time. According to the actress, “I didn’t become successful in my acting career for a long time after my debut.” My Tamil films were not doing well at first, so I moved to Telugu. Despite having a hit with Muthal Vasantham, it did not help my career. I wasn’t a particularly good performer back then. My mother later saw one of my films and wondered how I had survived for so long.”

After a series of failures in both Tamil and Telugu, she achieved fame through K. Viswanath’s Sutradharulu, released in 1989. The film went on to win National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu. After this, she featured in many movies and emerged as a leading actress in Tollywood alongside many other famous South Indian actresses.

Ramya Krishnan is seen next with Rajinikanth in Jailer, which was released today. This film marks the reunion of Rajinikanth and Ramya Krishnan after their blockbuster film Padayappa in 1999. In this film, Ramya is married to Rajinikanth, so fans were super excited to watch the duo. 

Jailer is receiving massive responses from audiences all over the corner. Rajinikanth’s back with theatrical after two years, Mohanlal’s cameo, Nelson Dilipkumar’s direction, and other factors have perfectly impressed the audiences. Multiple videos from the FDFS of Jailer have already been coming out, and the fan frenzy surrounding the film is evident in those videos

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