Charming Charmi Again in Woman Oriented Roles

October 07, 2013 11:07
Charming Charmi Again in Woman Oriented Roles

Charmi has everything expected in a heroine- glamour and acting talent. But the total number of movies is less compared to the chances she should have got in fairness.  

The reason is all the characters she played were of woman oriented like “Anukokunda Oka Roju”, "Mantra" or roles of prominence like in NTR’s “Rakhi”.  She might not have rejected other roles as we can see in a bubbly role in Puri Jagannadh’s “Buddha Hoga Tera Bap” but she is not considered by the directors for other glamorous roles with little importance to the characters.  It is a compliment and also a curse like a small job is refused to a man from well known family taking it as a very low one for him and it will insulting his rich background.  

But Charmi also has a plus point- she needs no dubbing.  She also can dub for other heroines.  At Present Charmi is working on two different movies.  A software professional in Mantra-2 to follow her previous successful mantra and second one is “Pratighatana” directed by Thammareddy Bhardwaja in which she is given a role of a journalist.  

As the movies give an impression they are going to be heroine oriented, it is sure her film image is working.  But an image also makes one constrained to it.  An image helps when a director sits down to jot down the list of actors as per the characters as the moment they visualize one in the character the picture of that particular actress comes to their mind.  Like images of Bramhanandam, Ali, MS Naryana etc crawl up when a humorous character is to be filled up.  The same way when a woman oriented story comes up, an Anushka or a Charmi comes to their minds but again the budget of the film that decides one among them.  

Any how we are going to see a charming Charmi again after some gap in two different roles but with important ones.


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