In Tamil cinema, there are a number of talented ladies who have yet to be recognized. Check out our list of Tamil cinema’s most underappreciated heroines (Kollywood).

Aishwarya Rajesh is a South Indian actress who has played significant parts in films. She made her acting debut in Avargalum Ivargalum (2011) after winning the reality program Maanada Mayilada, and she got well-known after appearing in Attakathi (2012) as Amudha. Rajesh, Aishwarya’s father, was a Telugu actor who participated in 50 films. Her grandpa, Amarnath, has also played in main parts, and her aunt, Srilakshmi, is a Telugu comedic actress who has appeared in over 500 films.

Sai Dhanshika, often known as Dhansika, is an Indian cinema actress who has primarily acted in Tamil films. She has subsequently acted in medium-budget films after making her debut in Peranmai. Dhansika is most known for her roles in films like Aravaan and Paradesi. Her debut film appearance was as a supporting character in Thirudi. Her hometown is Thanjavur, and she speaks Tamil as her first language. She played Rajinikanth’s daughter in the film Superstar’s Kabali. Dhansika has also won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress as well as the Vijay Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Regina Cassandra is an Indian cinema actress who has acted in Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada films. When she was nine years old, she began anchoring for Splash, a children’s channel, and later worked in commercials. She also participated in several short films, including Balaji Mohan’s Kadhalil Sodhappuvadhu Yeppadi, in which she co-starred with Adith Arun and was later made into a feature film in 2012. Regina next starred in Suryakaanti, a Kannada film directed by K. M. Chaitanya, who earlier directed Aa Dinagalu. She was cast in the film with actor Chetan, and because she couldn’t speak Kannada, she was advised to perform passages in English before adding Kannada. The film garnered excellent reviews and performed well at the box office.