Varsha Bollamma is an Indian actor. She works mostly in Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu films. She received fame for a video in which she was delivering dialogues from a Tamil language film ‘Raja Rani’ (2013).
Height (approx.): 5′ 1″
Weight (approx.): 55 kg
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Figure Measurements (approx.): 32-26-32
Varsha Bollamma belongs to a family from Karnataka.
Parents & Siblings
Her mother’s name is Shanthy Bollamma, and her father’s name is Madhu Maletira. She has an elder brother, Vyshaak Aiyappa Maletira, who is a singer.
Varsha Bollamma is unmarried.
In 2012, Varsha Bollamma made her acting debut with a Tamil language film ‘Theni Maavattam.’ She made her debut in the Mollywood film industry in 2018 with the film ‘Kalyanam’ in which she played the role of Shari.
In 2020, Varsha made her Telugu debut with the film ‘Choosi Choodangaane’ as Shruthi.
She made her debut in the Kannada language films with the horror-thriller film ‘Mane Number 13’ in 2020. She played the role of ‘Nancy.’ Varsha has appeared in many other films such as ‘Vetrivel’ (Tamil) in 2016, ‘Ivan Yarendru Therikiratha’ (Tamil) in 2017, ‘Mandharam’ (Malayalam) in 2018, ‘Stand Up Rahul’ (Telugu) in 2022 and ‘Swathi Muthyam’ (Telugu) in 2022.
- Varsha loves clicking pictures. She often shares self-photographed pictures on social media.
- Varsha Bollamma has a tattoo of “Maa” inked on her right hand in her mother’s handwriting. Varsha Bollamma – Instagram
- Varsha is an avid animal lover and has a pet dog named ‘Hachiko.’ She brought it home during the lockdown.
- Following the suspicious death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Varsha promoted a suicide prevention and counselling centre named ‘Aasra.’ In an interview, Varsha talked about it and said that she wanted to help the sufferers of mental health issues. While talking about this in an interview, Varsha said,
- In an interview, Varsha revealed that becoming an actor was her priority, and she wanted to become an actor since she was five. According to her, she was suggested by her mother, Shanthi Bollamma, to study engineering. Varsha, however, liked studying biological sciences. The Hindu
- Varsha is well-versed in Kannada, Tamil, and Malayalam languages.
- According to Varsha, whenever it comes to working in films of other languages, she tries to dub for herself as she feels incomplete as an actor without dubbing herself for the films. While talking about this in an interview, Varsha said,