Nithya Ram

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Nithya Ram
Native name
Born1989/1990 (age 28–29)
Years active2011-present
Spouse(s)Vinod Gowda
RelativesRachita Ram (younger sister)

Nithya Ram (born c. 1990[1] (Kannada :ನಿತ್ಯಾರಾಮ್) is an Indian television and film actress who works in Kannada cinema. She began her career as an actress in Kannada television soap operas. She is the elder sister of actress Rachita Ram.[2] As of 2017, she played the main lead in the mega hit show Nandini.

Early life and career[edit]

Nithya Ram comes from a family of artists with her father K. S. Ramu and sister Rachita Ram being classical dancers themselves, and the latter has since appeared in films. Nithya is a trained classical dancer from Welight Academy as well. She holds a graduate degree in biotechnology and worked for some time, but her "dream of becoming a heroine never died."[1]

Nithya started her career as an actress with a Kannada television soap opera Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu, which aired on Zee Kannada, that co-starred her sister as well. She went on to appear in other Kannada soaps such as Karpoorada Gombe, Rajkumari and Eradu Kanasu.[3] Following this, she worked in one Telugu soap i. e., Muddhu Bidda . After that, she had been signed for a film opposite Diganth, which however failed to take off.[1] In 2014, she was signed to play a lead role in Muddu Manase opposite Aru Gowda. Around the time, she signed to her second soap opera in Telugu, Amma Naa Kodala.[4] Later, She also played the lead role in Tamil superhit television serial Nandini.

Personal Life[edit]

She was married to Mr.Vinod Gowda in the year 2014 in her hometown Bengaluru.



Year Name of television series Role Language Notes
2010 Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu Malli Kannada Debut serial
2012-2013 Aval Shalini Tamil
2013 Karpoorada Gombe Shravani Kannada
2013 Rajkumari Kannada
2012–2014 Muddu Bidda Geetha/Sangeetha Telugu Dual role & First Telugu serial
2014–2017 Amma Naa Kodala Madhumita chaitu Telugu
2015 Eradu Kanasu Kannada
2016 Girija Kalyana Parvathi Kannada Debut in Mythological TV series
2017–2018 Nandhini Ganga Arun/Nandhini (Dual role) Tamil(Original version)
Kannada(Re-shot version)
Sinhalese(Subtitles)|( Southindian Multi-lingual serial )
2017-present Asathal Chutties & Killadi kids Judge Tamil & Kannada Kids talent show aired on Sun TV & Udaya Tv
2018 Savalige Sye Anchor Kannada challenging reality show on Udaya TV.
2018-present Masala Cafe Judge Tamil Sun Life program


Year Film Role Language Notes
2015 Muddu Manase Poorvi Kannada Debut film


  1. ^ a b c A. Sharadhaa (27 August 2013). "Nithya enters tinsel town". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 15 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Rachita Ram and Nithya Ram are sisters". The Times of India. Retrieved 15 August 2015.
  3. ^ Prasad S., Shym. "Ranchita Ram's fairytale journey in Sandalwood". The Times of India. Retrieved 15 August 2015.
  4. ^ "Nithya Ram returns to the small screen". The Times of India. 6 December 2015. Retrieved 15 August 2015.

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