Shanvi To Aindrita: Top Earning Sandalwood Actresses Who Have Made It To The Big League

Parinika Uchil

November 23, 2019


1 min

Beautiful Manasugalu actress Sruthi Hariharan

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Born in Kerala, but to a Tamilian Iyer family, Sruthi always had a fascination towards films. She gained experience in theatre for the same and has even performed as a background dancer in some of her projects! From Lucia to Beautiful Manasugalu, this actress has thoroughly entertained us. Here’s hoping for more of her onscreen avatars to come to light!

Hebbuli actress Amala Paul

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Famous for her role in the Kiccha Sudeep starrer Hebbuli, Amala too, was born in Kerala to a Christian family. Her ambition to pursue this career despite her parents resisting her choice is a lesson to take away. Because not many of us have the courage to convince our family about our dreams, right? Amala’s career started with a few glitches but now she is one of the well-known faces in Sandalwood with a huge fan following! Along with Kannada, Amala is known for her work in Kollywood too. Her charges for each film go on from 80 lakhs to 1 crore approximately.

Saheba actress Shanvi Srivastava

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One of the prettiest faces in Sandalwood is the Saheba actress Shanvi Srivastava, whose roots are traced back to Uttar Pradesh in North India. However, her experience is mainly in Kannada and Telugu film industries, which is awesome because of her amazing screen presence and knack to woo the viewers. What say you?

Mugulu Nage actress Ashika Rangnath

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A newbie in comparison to her peers, Ashika has won the hearts of masses in a very short span of time! Kudos to this Mugulu Nage actress, who has achieved success purely because of her talents. She also won the Filmibeat award for Best Actress for her role in Raambo 2.

Amulya Moulya

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Born in 1993 by the name of Moulya, this actress started her career in the early 2000s as a child artist. With a love for martial arts and the performing arts, Amulya is an Alma Mater of my pre-university, Mount Carmel College!! Talking about her films, one of her biggest hits was the film Shravani Subramanya, opposite the Golden Star Ganesh. She received not one but two awards for her work in this film; Filmfare Award for Best Actress and SIIMA Award for Best Actress!! 

Priyanka Upendra

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The wife of the Real Star Upendra, meet the pretty lass Priyanka Upendra. Despite having done over 35 movies in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Bengali, Kannada and Odia, this Mummy: Save Me actress likes to keep a comparatively small circle of her loved ones. It’s great in a way because who comes to you at your worst hour? Your loved ones right?

Sandalwood Queen Ramya

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Born as Divya Spandana, meet the actor and politician, Sandalwood Queen Ramya. Her name was changed to Ramya by none other than the wife of the great legend Rajkumar, Parvathamma Rajkumar. From the time she has entered the film industry, her talent and good looks increased her popularity tenfold. Although she appears less in films now owing to her political career, she charges approximately 54 lakhs for each film. Check out her work in Namma Sahasa Simha’s 201st film, Nagarahavu, if you are a fan!

Bhama aka Rekitha Rajendra Kurup

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Her birth name is Rekitha Rajendra Kurup and she too was born in the state of Kerala. After completing her graduation, she went on to flourish in the Kannada and Malayalam film industries predominantly. Here, she earned her stage name Bhama. To see the splendid talent of this actress watch her latest film Raaga, opposite the famous comedian, Mithra.

Aindrita Ray

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Say hello to Mrs Diganth Manchale! Aindrita Ray, who recently got married to her beau Diganth after 10 years of courtship is glowing like never before. Even though this actress witnessed a rough path during her career, her movies like Bhajarangi have won her some big accolades. Also, don’t forget her awesome performance in Melkote Manja, starring opposite the Navarasa Nayaka!

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