Shraddha Srinath has never failed to perform par excellence in the films she acts. Be it ‘U-turn’ or ‘Vikram Vedha’, she holds her own even within a high-profile cast. Her choices of scripts are impeccable and the latest success is ‘Nerkonda Paarvai’, a remake of ‘Pink’ which stars Ajith Kumar in the lead as well. Her performance sent shudders and she was widely applauded, especially for her courtroom scenes. Her depth, emotions, and diligence in her role as Meera Krishnan delivered the movie’s strong message to the mass audience. There’s the rare subtlety in her performance that reinforces the idea of having more women-lead films down South.
Megha Akash (Best Debutante For Enai Nokki Pavum Thota)
To star in a Gautham Menon film is a dream opportunity reserved only for the best. And this opportunity rightly found its way to Megha Akash right at the beginning of her Kollywood film journey. She did complete justice to her role and made people fall in love with the gentle, vulnerable yet bold Lekha of Ennai Nokki Pavum Thota. With her laughs, her smile, her dialogue delivery and her emotions on screen, MeghaAkash has quite a large amount of fan following from her very first Tamil film.