Charmme Kaur

Charmme Kaur (born on 17th May 1987) is an Indian actress who works in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada movies. Charmy is born to a Punjabi family in Mumbai. At a very young age of just 15, she made her movie debut in the role of a housewife with Telugu movie Nee Thodu Kavali in 2002 directed by Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao, interestingly the only straight movie by him, as all his movies were remakes. The movie was big commercial disaster and disasters continued to follow.

Despite flops, Charmme was lucky enough to get offers. The highly anticipated Krishna Vamshi’s Sri Anjaneyam too turned out to be a dud but, the way Charmme was presented in the movie by Krishna Vamshi made her grab the movies opposite to star heroes. Her first commercial hit was Gowri followed by another super duper hit Mass and the success of Mass has strengthened her position in Tollywood, eventually making inroads to Bollywood with Budha Hogaya Tera Baap. After doing glam-doll roles, she has shifted to woman-centric movies like Anukokunda Oka Roju, Mantra, Mangala and Jyothi Laxmi. In her 13 year career, Charmme has completed 50 films with Prathighatana. Being a Punjabi by birth, she learned Telugu and dubbed her own voice and even dubbed to Kajal Agarwal for Chandamama movie. She has 2 Nandi, 1 Santosham, and 1 CineMAA Awards.