Indian actress and brand ambassador Yami Gautam was recently announced as part of the highly anticipated suspense thriller 'Badlapur' in which she will play the role of leading man Varun Dhawan's wife. The role is a much desired role that she has secured for Sriram Raghavan's next film and has Bollywood insiders talking about her rise within Bollywood and how she is becoming a desired commodity as an actress and brand ambassador.
The beautiful actress in an interview revealed that she owes much of her present success to the South Indian films that she was part of early in her career and as such attributes much of her success to them.
Entertainment insiders look back to when she made her film debut in the Kannada film Ullasa Utsaha which did not do well at the box office but was a movie in which she earned positive critical acclaim and likely gave her the confidence to keep developing her dramatic acting skills.
Yami Gautam made her Telugu debut in the 2011 film Nuvvila and then followed this film with her Bollywood debut in Vicky Donor. Her first Bollywood film had a small budget and she played the role of a Bengali girl, Ashima Roy who falls in love with a Punjabi boy with a past. The movie became a commercial success and she again received critical acclaim and it has led to her now becoming an in-demand Bollywood actress.
Probably one of the most intriguing aspects of Yami Gautam that impresses Bollywood observers is her maturity. Often acgtors when they reach certain heights in their professional lives forget their early beginnings but that is not the case with her as she took the time to acknowledge that without her South Indian film experiences she likely would not be experiencing the film success that she is enjoying today.
Yami Gautam is talented, beautiful and appreciative of the lessons and experiences from early in her film career and it is this display of maturity that makes her someone that fans love and Bollywood insiders not surprised at the fact that her acting talents are in such demand with filmmakers throughout the Indian film industry.