7 Times Simran Stole The Show Like No Other

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Simran Bagga is one of the most versatile actors in Kollywood. She was considered a glamour queen at the beginning of her career. However, she reinvented herself and went on to do rather powerful, offbeat roles. Here’s a list of 7 roles of our dream girl at her best.

Varanam Aayiram 

In this super hit flick by Gautam Menon, Simran portrayed the role of a doting wife and mother of Surya. Known to be one of her best offbeat roles, it must be mentioned that Simran had handled this role with such perfection. Her character as a friendly and caring mother who stands by her son at all times is the most appreciated of the two.

Priyamanavale

One of the best films in Kollywood which portrayed love after marriage in the most beautiful manner! Simran played the character of a young woman who yearns for the love of her husband. Her spontaneous dialogue delivery and natural acting made it completely relatable to most women of the generation.

Vaali 

This romantic-thriller by SJ Surya had every single actor do complete justice to their role and Simran was not an exception. This film showcased her in both modern and traditional outlook. Her dynamic character and bubbly presence was a definite asset to the film.

Kannathil Muthamittal 

This film which portrayed her as the mother to three of which one of them is adopted is by far her best role. The agony of the mother who yearns to be with her daughter while she also tries to reunite her with her maternal mother cannot be portrayed in any better way.

Thulladha Manamum Thullum 

Her award-winning performance as a visually impaired in the film was one of her most critically acclaimed performances. This breezy love story had a lot of scope for Simran to showcase her acting skill and she undeniably did justice to her role. The music was an added asset to the film.

Jodi

The dancing diva made quite an impact with this rather strong love story. This film showcases two lovers who wish to join hands in marriage but only with the consent of their parents. The way she handled the mature character which keeps bouncing between the likes of her parents and the wishes of her own self made it look like the role was meant just for her.

Panchatanthiram

Simran’s role was so entertaining and she was the typical housewife who is jealous and thinks her husband is a cheater. The story was about Ram, a philanderer who quits his playboy nature after marrying Maithili. But Mitali regards Ram as a cheater after a series of unfortunate incidents. And it’s upon Ram how he proves his innocence.

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