Ramya Krishnan reveals why she has been away from Bollywood for a long time

Ramya Krishnan reveals the reason for her long absence from Bollywood


On-screen character Ramya Krishnan, mainstream for her depiction of Sivagami Devi in the “Baahubali” arrangement, had done a bunch of Bollywood films in the nineties, yet it has been since a long time ago the crowd saw her in a Hindi film.

Ramya, who worked in Hindi movies, for example, “Khal Nayak”, “Criminal”, “Shapath” and “Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan”, is real to life when you ask her for what good reason she took a break from Bollywood in spite of working in such huge numbers of first-class extends.


“I didn’t enjoy a reprieve. Fundamentally, my movies didn’t progress nicely and I didn’t check out the offers (that were coming her direction). In the interim, I was finding real success in South Indian movies,” Ramya told IANS.

She was intended to work in a Hindi-Tamil film featuring Amitabh Bachchan yet the venture didn’t take off. “It hasn’t gone on floors. I think they have a few issues, which I am not mindful of. I haven’t began going for it yet,” she said.

Be that as it may, there is one Telugu-Hindi film coming up, which stars Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday, in her kitty. Unmistakably, she is amped up for it. “It is co-created by Karan Johar. Puri Jagannadh is the chief. That will be another…almost a ‘Baahubali’ without a doubt,” she said with a grin without giving out more subtleties.


“Very nearly 50 percent of the shoot is finished. We will continue after the isolate stage,” shared the on-screen character, whose web arrangement “Sovereign” is right now disclosed on Zee TV. For the present, she is benefiting as much as possible from the lockdown stage in Chennai.

“I plan plans, cook, exercise, invest energy with family. It’s been fascinating up until now. It’s been very serene so far aside from the way that numerous individuals are not in the equivalent agreeable space like the day by day bets and transient laborers. That makes me extremely upset. There is a vulnerability of COVID-19 likewise which inconveniences us once in a while,” she said.

“In any case it’s been a change for me. I have never got such huge numbers of days where I have remained at home for such a long time. I think the world is recuperating. There is less contamination and less traffic. I know very soon, we will begin doing whatever we have been doing however I am simply getting a charge out of this moment. I have chosen to appreciate it as long as it keeps going,” she included. When things return to typical, she will return on sets.

Ramya has acted in many movies in numerous dialects – Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi. All things considered, she admits to not having a deep understanding of her art. “No one thoroughly understands acting till their last film or much after their last film. Consistently is a learning experience where you adjust yourself,” she said.


With respect to her vocation feature, she said it’s unquestionably the “Baahubali” arrangement (2015 and 2017), which is among the most elevated earning Indian movies. Her character Sivagami Devi turned out to be well known to the point that a book named “The Rise Of Sivagami” was distributed afterward.

Inquired as to whether an independent film on her character would energize her, she stated: “In the event that somebody concocts an unfathomable story, is there any good reason why i wouldn’t (do it)?”

“She (Sivagami) was a staggeringly solid character. I would state it is probably the best character of my profession,” she finished up.