5 Personality Traits That Have Come To Define Ninne Pelladatha’s Sarayu

Sneha Bale

July 3, 2019


1 min

1. Unneccesary pride

The easiest thing to do, in the Telugu TV show Ninne Pelladatha, is to spot the bad one. Although Brahmini is the primary villain of the show, Sarayu, played by newbie actor Sarayu Roy, has taken the baton to define evil in the show. She is the one we love to hate. Let’s take a look at what makes Sarayu, as a character, strong and unforgettable.

One of the most common traits of a true blue villain is the unnecessary pride that they carry along with them. Sarayu is no different. What has she achieved exactly? Well… nothing much really.

2. Self-claimed mastermind

One must carefully count the number of plans that Sarayu has made to take her enemies down, from Tanaya to Mrudula. We have easily lost count. Of course, there have been times when were scared for our favourite characters. But as they say, good things happen to good people.

3. Nosy nature

Some people know how to get things done without making noise and how to extract information without actually doing anything. A silent player, something that Sarayu can never be. She is the one who carries a bandwagon every time a new piece of information comes her way. She moves heaven and earth to get information and makes her moves too obvious.

4. Highly dramatic

One of our personal favourite traits of Sarayu is her ability to be at the extreme end of being dramatic. For her, pain is always excruciating and happiness is always overwhelming. Basically, Sarayu loves being melodramatic most of the times.

5. One-track mind

Every person, at some point or the other, starts looking at situations and people in a different light. For better or worse, this change in attitude towards others is supposed to be inevitable. But for Sarayu? We haven’t seen any change, diversion or decline so far. Will we see such a change in Sarayu? Looks like we have to wait and watch.

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