We adore the Kollywood divas for their beauty and performance. Just like the actors proving their mettle in different roles, the Kollywood beauties are also doing the same. Well, these gorgeous ladies donning a role with negative shades might disappoint the fans, but again it’s just on silver screen. Here is a list of Kollywood actresses who have been appreciated both critically and commercially for their bold negative endeavors.
The first to top this list is none other than the spirited Ramya Krishnan. When the Tamil audience were wondering where this talented actress had disappeared, she excelled in the role of Neelambari in Padayappa (that was initially offered to
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) and had, by and large, equal space as Rajinikanth in the film. The way in which she carried herself as the women who is crazy about Rajinikanth (but ultimately being rejected) is astounding. Later, she went on to essay another negative role (with comedy) in Panchathantiram. And quite recently she worked in a negative character in Baahubali.
Simran is surely a topnotch actress; there is no doubt in that. She delivered an exemplary performance in the movie Paarthen Rasithen. She brought depth to a character with negative shades (one-sided love towards Prashanth) that ultimately reforms. Simran experimented with this role when she was at the peak of her career but again, this film didn’t hinder her progress.
``We all love to see Jyothika in a bubbly, cute or rather matured role. And this talented actress has done `justice to these roles. In Pachakili Muthucharam, she played a role with negative shade (a married woman having an affair with an already married guy) and was appreciated.
4. Reema Sen
Seeing Reema in Minnale would surely make one skip his heartbeat. But she proved that she can also experiment with different roles by taking the role of a psychotic mania in Vallavan. And well, her looks indeed terrorized you. What say, guys?
Mumtaj, who proved herself as a glam doll, excelled in the role of a villain the movie
Rajadhi Raja. Mumtaz enacts the role of a bad gangster who wants to become a minister. And yes it was indeed a riveting performance. Mumtaj was the main villain in the movie.
In Mappillai (which was a remake of a Rajini starrer), Manisha Koirala performed the role of a millionaire who doesn’t want to get her daughter Hansika wedded to Dhanush. The audience embraced this facet of Manisha.
Sriya played the role of a cunning and haughty Katta Panchayathu woman in the movie Thimiru. And well, she had done full justice to this role; she would be rejected by Vishal, whom she loves. This in turn makes her vengeful. She gained accolades from both the critics and audience for her stellar performance.
This gorgeous lady tried her luck as a villain in Mankatha and was embraced by the Tamil audience. She played the character of a gangster who is obsessed with making money.
In her debut film (in Kollywood) itself Mallika caught the attention of the Tamil audience. She donned the role of a woman with negative shades in Dasavathaaram.
Her debut in Kollywood itself is a role with negative shades. In Kedi, Tamannaah, as the affluent spoilt girl, who wants to quench her vengeful side, did a good job.