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Bindhiya Ram, known by her screen name Rachita Ram, is an Indian actress who is primarily known for her work in Kannada cinema. Prior to her entry in cinema, she appeared in the Kannada television soap opera Arasi, which was aired on Zee Kannada from January 2007 to September 2009.

Bindhia Ram
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Born
Bindhiya Ram

Bangalore, Karnataka, India 03-10-1990
NationalityIndian
Other namesRachita Ram
OccupationActress
Years active2010–present
RelativesNithya Ram (sister)

Following a successful television career, Rachita made her acting debut in the 2013 Kannada language film Bulbul as the female lead paired opposite Darshan, which was commercially successful. She consequently appeared in Dil Rangeela (2014) and Ambareesha (2014).

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Early lifeEdit

She is a trained classical Bharata Natyam dancer who has given more than 50 performances. Her father Ram, also a Bharata Natyam dancer, has given nearly 500 public performances.[1] She has a sister, Nithya Ram, who is also a television and film actress.[2]

CareerEdit

Rachita auditioned for the female lead role in Bulbul with 200 other girls before she was finalised on, in July, 2012. Before that she had already worked in Kannada television soap Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu along with her sister Nithya Ram.[3] She was paired opposite Darshan in the film that went on to become a success commercially.[4] On her performance, G. S. Kumar of The Times of India wrote, "A new star is born in Sandalwood. Rachita Ram has presented an excellent performance in her first movie" and added, "Rachita Ram is amazing with her dialogue delivery, body language and excellent expressions."[5] Her first release of 2014 was Dil Rangeela, in which was paired opposite Ganesh, a performance that won her acclaim from critics. B. S. Srivani of Deccan Herald felt that she "delivers a seasoned performance" in the film.[6] Her second release of the year saw her paired opposite Darshan again in Ambareesha. The film and her performance earned negative reviews from critics.[7][8] In Ranna, she played Rukmini, the love interest of Sudeep, appearing in a small yet pivotal role.[9] In Rathavara, she appeared as the love interest of Sriimurali, who plays gangster and key aide of an MLA. Sunayana Suresh of The Times of India wrote, "Rachita Ram looks pretty and has acted every bit the cutesy girl-next-door that is required of her".[10]

Rachita starred in the 2016 Kannada movie Chakravyuha opposite Puneeth Rajkumar and Chethan Kumar's Bharjari opposite Dhruva Sarja.[11]

Rachita Ram has been filming for Uppi Rupee with Upendra in the lead role, which will release coming soon, but despite delay of Uppi Rupee, she will seen in I Love You.[12]


FilmographyEdit

Key
  Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year No Film Role Director Notes
2013 1 Bulbul Kaveri M.D.Sridhar Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada
Nominated, SIIMA Award for Best Debutant - Female - Kannada
2014 2 Ambareesha Karuna Mahesh Sukhadhare
3 Dil Rangeela Khushi Preetham Gubbi
2015 4 Ranna Rukmini Nanda Kishore SIIMA Award for Best Actress - Kannada
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress - Kannada
5 Rathavara Navami Chandrashekar Bandiyappa Nominated, IIFA Utsavam Award for Best Actress (Kannada)
2016 6 Chakravyuha Anjali Saravanam
Jaggu Dada Herself Raghavendra Hedge Guest appearance
Mukunda Murari Radhe Nanda Kishore Cameo appearance in song "Gopala Ba"[13]
2017 7 Pushpaka Vimana Puttalakshmi S. Ravindranath
8 Bharjari Gowri Chethan Kumar
2018 9 Johnny Johnny Yes Papa Priya Preetham Gubbi Nominated - Filmibeat Award for Best Actress - Kannada
10 Ayogya Nandini S. Mahesh Kumar Zee Kannada Hemmeya Kannadiga Award for Best Actress
Nominated - City Cine Award for Best Actress - Kannada
Nominated - TSR TV9 National Award for Best Actress - Kannada.
Nominated - SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role-(Female )-Kannada
The Villain Herself Prem Special appearance in song "Bolo Bolo Ramappa"
2019 11 Seetharama Kalyana Geetha A. Harsha
12 Natasaarva Bhowma Sakshi Pavan Wadeyar
Amar Herself Nagshekar Special appearance in a song "Joru Paattu"
13 I Love You Dharmika R. Chandru
14 Rustum Rachana Ravi Varma
Bharaate   Herself Chethan Kumar Filming, Special appearance in a song[14]
15 Ayushmanbhava   TBA P. Vasu Filming
2020 16 Ek Love Ya   TBA Prem Filming
17 100   TBA Ramesh Aravind Filming
18 Sanjay Alias Sanju  TBA Nagshekar Filming
19 Ayogya 2   Nandini S Mahesh Kumar Pre-production
20 April   April D'Souza Satya Rayal Filming


TelevisionEdit

Year Name of television series Role Language Notes
2011 Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu Kannada
2012 Arasi Rashmi
2016 Kick Judge
2017–2018 Comedy Talkies
2018 'Majabharata 2
2019 Majabharatha 3

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bul Bul Heroine Rachitha Ram". chitraloka.com. 9 July 2012.
  2. ^ "Rachita Ram's sister to debut in Sandalwood". The Times of India. 6 November 2013.
  3. ^ "Way to go, Rachita". The Indian Express. 1 May 2013. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
  4. ^ "'Arasi' Bindya gets 'Bulbul'". The Indian Express. 9 July 2012. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
  5. ^ "Bul Bul Movie Review". The Times of India. 10 May 2013. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
  6. ^ "Lies never could get the girl or golden egg!". Deccan Herald. 7 March 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
  7. ^ "Ambareesha Movie Review". The Times of India. 23 November 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
  8. ^ "Resurrecting Kempegowda to right a wrong". Deccan Herald. 21 November 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
  9. ^ Khajane, Muralidhara. "A right royal Kichcha show". The Hindu. Retrieved 7 October 2015.
  10. ^ Suresh, Sunayana (7 December 2015). "Rathaavara Movie Review". The Times of India. Retrieved 31 December 2015.
  11. ^ "Rachita Birthday Celebrations in Mangaluru". The New Indian Express. 3 October 2015. Retrieved 7 October 2015.
  12. ^ Sharadhaa, A. (13 March 2017). "Uppi turns hippie to play anti-hero". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 31 March 2017.
  13. ^ "Rachita Ram and Bhavana dance to Murali lola hai Gopala". Retrieved 25 January 2017.
  14. ^ [1]

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