Ramya Krishnan in a still from "Baahubali 2: The Conclusion".
Senior actress Ramya Krishna, who had done glamorous roles in the past and is now making it big in her second innings with prestigious roles like Sivagami in blockbuster film Baahubali, is keen on coming into politics as well. She has reportedly been paid Rs 2.5 crore for it. Thanks to the popularity of her role, a book by the name "The Rise of Sivagami" was also released. Actor Sathyaraj, who continues to win applause for playing Kattappa, the loyal servant of Sivagami (Ramya Krishna) has now appeared in a new commercial for a popular textile brand. So, the makers chose to cast Ramya Krishnan instead, who garner accolades from fans and crtics. It has become the first film in the history of Indian cinema to earn over Rs 1000 crore. Director SS Rajamouli recently said that a third film is also on the cards. She bagged a Filmfare Award under the Best Actress category for her performance.More news: Beyond 100 days, Trump faces more legislative challenges
RGV started taking on Sridevi by tweeting, "If Sridevi did Bahubali2 she would have gotten more credit than Prabhas, it being her very next film after English Vinglish".
Sridevi went on to play the primary antagonist in the 2015 Tamil film "Puli", which starred south star Vijay in the lead.More news: Putin supports plan to investigate reported abuse of gays
It would be more that interesting to watch how Ramya brings Jayalalithaa's character to life, if and when this film is made in the future. We have seen Ramya Krishna in the same kind of role in "Padayappa"(Narasimha in Telugu).More news: Syria violence kills 4, wounds child despite safe zones