Varsha Bollamma, who made her debut in the 2015 Tamil film ‘Sathuran’, played a supporting role in Vijay Sethupathi-Trisha starrer ’96’ and Vijay-Nayanthara starrer ‘Bigil’ and attracted the attention of many.
The young actress is now part of ‘Master’, which has both Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi in lead roles. As the industry activities have come to a freeze due to coronavirus lockdown, Varsha had an interactive session with fans.
During the session on Instagram, she said that working with Vijay was like a dream for her, and after working with him, she understood why he is the ‘Thalapathy’ of Tamil cinema.
She described Vijay Sethupathi as a very good person and that he had taught her many things while shooting for ’96’. Varsha is known for her performances in Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu films. She was part of films including ‘Yaanum Theeyavan’ (2017), ‘Kalyanam’ (2018), and ‘Seemathurai’ (2018). Varsha initially became famous through Dubsmash videos of Nazriya Nazim’s dialogue in ‘Raja Rani’.