Former Tollywood actor Charmee Kaur suggests to heroines how they should look at events related to movies

It is not very often that heroines turn producers and or take up an everyday executive job to run things through their hands.

But former Tollywood heroine Charmee Kaur gave up her prospects as a leading lady and turned a producer at Puri Jagan’s production company.

Charmee, also spelled as Charmy or Charmi, is well known for her works predominantly in Telugu cinema, as well as few Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, and Bollywood films. She has appeared in more than 40 films.

Her most notable works include box office hits, such as Mass (2004), Anukokunda Oka Roju (2005), Lakshmi (2006) and Pournami (2006), for which her performance as a Kuchipudi dancer received positive reviews. Her next film, Rakhi (2006) was also a super hit.

She then appeared in films such as Mantra (2007), for which she bagged the state Nandi Award for Best Actress. In the subsequent years, she appeared in Manorama (2009), Kavya’s Diary (2009), and Mangala (2011) for which she bagged another state Nandi Special Jury Award while establishing herself as one of the leading actresses of Telugu cinema. In 2011, she starred in the Bollywood hit Bbuddah… Hoga Terra Baap alongside Amitabh Bachchan.

A source reveals that Charmee even tells heroines how they should look at the events related to the movie. It looks like Charmee is a Tollywood version of Ekta Kapoor.

Recently film Ismart Shankar’s actresses Nidhi Agrawal and Nabha Natesh visited an engineering college in Guntur for a promotional event. The two heroines of the film stunned the audiences with their hot looks. Usually, heroines prefer little traditional outfits at events where hundreds of people will be around, but here they were looking saucy. Insiders say that all credit goes to Charmee only.

By bringing such hotness to the plate, we have to see if Charmme will help Puri Jagan deliver the right dish for Telugu audiences.