9 Actresses Who Dominated Their Counterparts In Recent Times

9 Actresses Who Dominated Their Counterparts In Recent Times

6 Mar 18 @ 10:49 AM | By Satya

Since time immemorial every industry is treated as a male dominated one, particularly the film industry is said to be completely male dominated industry. Few facts add up to this as most of the times in a regular movie (Not female oriented movie), hero and villain take most of the screen time. Next preference would go to comedians, who mostly are male. So these facts show that though the lead actresses have their prominence, but it’s the male actors who dominate them. This has been happening since ages, but now times have changed. Actress started dominating the actors whenever there is a small scope to show their potential and talent. It is a huge task to dominate a hero/actor with that little scope actresses get but, they managed to do that in few movies. Acting with some of the best talents of the industry few actresses completely overshadowed them and owned the film in such a way that, when we remember that film, the first thing that comes to our mind is that actress. So here goes the list of actress who dominated the remaining cast of the film, in case if we missed any, mention them in comments section.

  1. Swathi Reddy - Ashta Chamma (2008)

    The first person everyone remembers about Ashta Chamma is Swathi Reddy. Swathi, with her crazy and unmatched energy levels took the role of Lavanya to next level. Among all the lead actors of that film, it’s Swathi who contributed most to the success of the film and left a huge impact on the audience. For her performance, she received Nandi, Filmfare awards for Best Actress.

    Swathi Reddy
    Swathi Reddy
    Swathi Reddy
  2. Tamannah - 100 % Love (2011)

    Mahalakshmi, is that one role which changed the career graph of Tamannah completely. She dominated the entire cast of the film including Naga Chaitanya. Be it her alluring looks or elegant performance, she did everything so perfectly. She received CineMaa award for Best Actress and was also nominated for Filmfare Best Actress award.

    Tamannah
    Tamannah
  3. Lavanya Tripathi – Andala Rakshasi (2012)

    Midhuna role played by Lavanya Tripathi in Andala Rakshasi is one of the most well-written roles ever in Tollywood. Despite being a debutant, she carried such a complicated role with so much excellence and authority. We can’t imagine anyone except Lavanya Tripathi playing the role of Midhuna, such is the impact of her performance.

    Lavanya
    Lavanya
  4. Nithya Menen - Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde (2013)

    Playing a single role with two different shades is never easy for any actress, But not for a power house of talent like Nithya Menen. She played the regular kind of heroine in the first half of the film where she falls for a guy, has a romantic song with him etc. But, its when she decides to take revenge on him, the real actress in her came out. She played the negative shaded role so perfectly that we sometimes hated that role. Nithya also dubbed for her co-actress Isha in this film. For her performance, she received Filmfare Best Actress award.

    Nithya Menen
    Nithya Menen
    Nithya Menen
  5. Nanditha Raj - Prema Katha Chitram (2013)

    It’s a great thing that a 19-year-old girl with just one film experience performed like the way Nanditha did in Prema Katha Chitram. Being cute and bubbly at normal times and acting ferociously when a ghost possesses her, she did 100% justification to her role. She was nominated for Filmfare Best Actress award.

    Nanditha Raj
    Nanditha Raj
    Nanditha
  6. Ramya Krishnan - Baahubali: The Beginning (2015)

    Ramya Krishnan’s performance as Shivagami is a text book for upcoming actress. Her dignified screen presence, emphatic dialogue delivery made the role of Shivagami look even more royal and majestic. Though the casting of Baahubali included some great actors like Nassar, Sathyaraj etc., Ramya Krishna was the major highlight. Every time she was on the screen, she dominated every other actor in the frame. She received best supporting actress award at IIFA Utsavam.

    Ramya Krishnan
    Ramya Krishnan
    Ramya Krishnan
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  8. Hebah Patel - Kumari 21F (2015)

    Probably this is the most sensational performance in recent years. Hebah Patel with her endearing looks and ascendant performance, she just took the role of Kumari to next level. Being an inexperienced girl, she played such a bold character with so much ease. Kumari will remain as one of the most remarkable roles ever in Tollywood, most of the credit must go to Hebah Patel for that.

    Hebah Patel
    Hebah Patel
  9. Samantha - A Aa (2016)

    To be frank, this movie completely belongs to Samantha. A Aa is a film in which she portrayed every emotion to perfection. Though she appeared in cute and bubbly roles many times, her role as Anasuya Ramalingam stands out as she excelled in emotional scenes too. Right from the word go, she dominated every other actor in the frame. Her star power also added to the success of the film as the film went on to become the biggest hit in Nithin’s career.

    Samantha
    Samantha
  10. Rakul Preet - Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam (2017)

    After playing typical commercial heroine kind of roles in many movies, Rakul Preet finally got a role with some content. And she grabbed the opportunity with both the hands. Right from styling, make up to body language she took a lot of care to play the role of Bramarambha perfectly. The first thing many people will remember about Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam after few years will be Bramarambha, such is the impact created by Rakul through that character.

    Rakul Preet
    Rakul Preet
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